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If the Earth were somehow moved twice as far from the Sun, how would its orbital period be affected? A. It would be halved. B. It would be doubled. C. It would be nearly tripled. D. It would be
nearly quadrupled.
If the Earth were somehow moved twice as far from the Sun, how would its orbital period be affected It would be nearly quadrupled.
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User: If the Earth were somehow moved twice as far from the Sun, how would its orbital period be affected? A. It would be halved. B. It would be doubled. C. It would be nearly tripled. D. It would be nearly quadrupled.

Weegy: If the Earth were somehow moved twice as far from the Sun, how would its orbital period be affected It would be nearly quadrupled.
mickeyclengertz|Points 0|

User: Which of Kepler's laws states that planets sweep equal areas in equal times? A. first B. second C. third D. law of universal gravitation

Weegy: Kepler's B. second law says that planets sweep equal areas in equal times.
jeifunk|Points 9358|

User: Which of these laws are related to the Moon's orbit around Earth? Select all that apply. A. Kepler's first law B. Kepler's second law C. Kepler's third law D. the law of universal gravitation

Weegy: The answer is C. Kepler's third law Kepler's Three Laws In the early 1600s, Johannes Kepler proposed three laws of planetary motion. [ Kepler was able to summarize the carefully collected data of his mentor - Tycho Brahe - with three statements that described the motion of planets in a sun-centered solar system. Kepler's efforts to explain the underlying reasons for such motions are no longer accepted; nonetheless, the actual laws themselves are still considered an accurate description of the motion of any planet and any satellite. ]
Kimpot|Points 190|

User: The typical unit for a period used with Kepler's third law is _____. A. years B. kilometers C. Earth years D. astronomical units

Weegy: The typical unit (used with Kepler's third law) for the average distance of an object to the object it orbits is an astronomical unit. [ ]
Janet17|Points 595|

User: If a solar system had one sun and one planet, and the planet traveled in a perfectly circular orbit, its speed would be _____. A. slow B. fast C. variable D. constant

Weegy: If a solar system had one sun and one planet, and the planet traveled in a perfectly circular orbit, its speed would be C. variable
Expert answered|Matanglawin|Points 61|

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