… continuing from last week’s post. Is it even possible to get enough of Sakura Miyawaki?
Excuse me — would you like a free sample of Sakura-tan today?
Samples? Now I need an entire Hawks Town meal. Please enjoy Sakura-tan and her HKT friends here in colorful yukata!
Starlight: If you read last weeks post, where in the universe will the images I shared be seen? … how far have they traveled?
Well, light travels at 299,792,458 meters per second (or about 670,616,629 mph American). Since last week’s post, Sakura in Orange Yukata, the images from my blog traveled about 112.66 billion miles. Or to express it another way 1,212 AU (the average distance from the Earth to the Sun is defined as one AU – or astronomical units).
Thus, my images of Sakura are now reaching the Oort Cloud which surrounds the outer part of our solar system. (By way of comparison, Pluto is only 40 AU from the Sun.) I hope my readers in this theoretical boundary of our solar system are enjoying the post!