What are the different units used to measure distance?

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In astronomy, there are usually 3 main units used to measure distance namely: light years, parsecs and kilometres. There is also the Astronomical Unit, AU, which is the average distance between the earth and the sun. A parsec is roughly 3.3 light years, and a light year is the distance covered by light in a vacuum in one earth year.
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