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Approximately how many miles are in a light-year? A. 6 × 106 B. 6 × 109 C. 6 × 1012 D. 6 × 1015
Approximately how many miles are in a light-year? C. 6 ? 1012
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User: Approximately how many miles are in a light-year?

User: Approximately how many miles are in a light-year? A. 6 × 106 B. 6 × 109 C. 6 × 1012 D. 6 × 1015

Weegy: Approximately how many miles are in a light-year? C. 6 ? 1012
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User: The angular diameter of an object cannot be measured in which of the following? A. degrees B. light-years C. arcminutes D. arcseconds

Weegy: The answer is B. light-years
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User: If an astronomical object's parallax is one-half arcsecond, how many parsecs is it from Earth? A. 1/2 B. 1 C. 2 D. 30

Weegy: 1.5 ? 108 km is approximately equal to one astronomical unit.
gabonada10|Points 70|

User: Complete the analogy. apparent diameter : angular diameter :: actual diameter : _________ diameter A. linear B. angular C. parallax D. celestial

Weegy: i'll go with c celestial diameter
nar|Points 5|

User: Complete the analogy. apparent diameter : angular diameter :: actual diameter : _________ diameter A. linear B. angular C. parallax D. celestial

Weegy: i'll go with c celestial diameter
nar|Points 5|

User: Another term for angular distance is _____. A. parallax B. linear distance C. angular separation D. astronomical distance

User: Select all the true statements listed below. A. The Earth-Sun distance is always 1 AU. B. The speed of light is about 3 x 105 km/s. C. The Sun and the Moon have about the same angular diameter. D. If a star's distance can be determined in light-years, it can be figured out in parsecs.

Weegy: The answer is D. If a star's distance can be determined in light-years, it can be figured out in parsecs.
koaley|Points 6262|

User: What is the formula used to calculate the distance to an object in parsecs? A. d = 1/p B. d = 4p C. d = 4p/p D. d = 360p/p

Weegy: D. d = 360p/p
eturker|Points 2883|

User: If you were in a spaceship flying directly toward the Moon, which of the following would change as you got closer and closer to it? Select all that apply. A. parallax B. linear distance C. linear diameter D. angular diameter

Weegy: B. linear distance . D. angular diameter
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User: Which of the following terms is equal to 5.87 × 1012 mi? A. a parsec B. a parallax C. a light-year D. an astronomical unit

User: Which measurement would be used to describe how wide an object appears in the sky? A. time B. mass C. density D. linear distance E. angular diameter

Weegy: B. linear distance . D. angular diameter a measurements would be used to describe how wide an object appears in the sky. [smile]
Expert answered|Mayang30|Points 768|



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