Originally Posted by RhodyDave
Silly silly astronomers out there who think they can do the impossible.
Since radio signal photons "dissipate" rapidy, presumably all photons dissipate rapidly. If one photon from a star dissipates rapidly, then all must do the same and we shouldn't be able to see anything, regardless of it's size.
Those aren't stars out there, they are just holes in the shell between us and heaven.