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How far is a parsec? A. 3.26 AU B. 5.23 AU C. 3.26 light years D. 5.23 light years
A parsec is equal to about: C. 3.26 light years.
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User: How far is a parsec? A. 3.26 AU B. 5.23 AU C. 3.26 light years D. 5.23 light years

Weegy: A. 3.26
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A parsec is equal to about: C. 3.26 light years.
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