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## Main Question or Discussion Point

The Solar System is traveling around 155 miles a Second around the Milky way Galaxy.

There are 31,556,926 seconds in a year.

We will round off the Age of our sun from 4.76 Billion to 5 Billion Years for easier figuring.

If we Multiply 31,556,926 seconds by 5 Billion Years we get 157,784,630,000,000,000 seconds in 5 Billion years.

Now if we multiply that by 155 Miles a Second we get 24,456,617,650,000,000,000 miles that our Sun has traveled since its birth.

Which results is a distance of 1,275,543 Parsecs or 4,160,350 Light Years arc distance

Somewhere at 4,160,350 Light Years arc distance away out our Star was born.

There are 31,556,926 seconds in a year.

We will round off the Age of our sun from 4.76 Billion to 5 Billion Years for easier figuring.

If we Multiply 31,556,926 seconds by 5 Billion Years we get 157,784,630,000,000,000 seconds in 5 Billion years.

Now if we multiply that by 155 Miles a Second we get 24,456,617,650,000,000,000 miles that our Sun has traveled since its birth.

Which results is a distance of 1,275,543 Parsecs or 4,160,350 Light Years arc distance

Somewhere at 4,160,350 Light Years arc distance away out our Star was born.

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