Cosmicomics - The Light-Years Summary & Analysis

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The Light-Years Summary

Galaxies that are farther away are moving farther away at a faster speed. Galaxies ten billion light-years away move away at the speed of light. The narrator is looking through his telescope and sees a sign on a galaxy that says, "I saw you." The narrator realizes the communicator must have seen him exactly two hundred million years ago, when the narrator was caught in an embarrassing situation, which he did not handle very well.The narrator could explain the situation, but he can't communicate the complexities across the distance, so he puts up a sign that says "What of it?" The narrator comforts himself with the thought that they must have been watching him since then and seen his better behavior. He can't stop wondering and worrying, though. He keeps looking to the skies, and more "I saw you" signs crop up in other...

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