HUMBOLDT ? Mike Myer is a time-traveler.
Unlike the intrepid crew of the starship Enterprise, Mike seldom journeys far from his Humboldt home to pierce interstellar space and view objects as amazing as double stars, star-birthing nebulae or vast clouds of colorful dust suspended in the cosmic vacuum.
What he sees isn?t in real time. Even viewing craters on the Earth?s nearby moon is a little less than a light second away. The moon stands off 240,000 miles; light travels at 186,282 miles a second.