Definition of One-way light time
1. Noun. The elapsed time it takes for light (or radio signals) to travel between the Earth and a celestial object.
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Literary usage of One-way light time
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1. Galileo, the Tour Guide: A Summary of the Mission to Date edited by Jean H. Aichele (1997)
"Data telling the story of events happening over 900 million kilometers away took 52 minutes (the one-way light time for a radio signal to traverse the space ..."