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Which statement best describes perigee? A. The Sun's orbit that is closest to the Moon B. The closet point in the Moon's orbit to Earth C. The farthest point in the Moon's orbit to Earth D.
The closest point in Earth's orbit of the Sun
C. The farthest point in the Moon's orbit to Earth
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