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At present, cosmologists expect the universe to _____. gradually stop its expansion and then begin to shrink in size gradually stop its expansion and then remain at a constant size continue to expand
and heat up continue to expand and cool
shrink
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User: At present, cosmologists expect the universe to _____. gradually stop its expansion and then begin to shrink in size gradually stop its expansion and then remain at a constant size continue to expand and heat up continue to expand and cool

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User: What causes the seasons on Earth? Changes in the amount of energy produced by the Sun during different seasons. The earth moving closer to and further from the Sun as it orbits. The tilt of the earth exposes different areas to direct sunlight as the earth orbits the Sun. The amount of sunlight blocked by the moon changes as the earth orbits the Sun.





Weegy: The answer is, The earth moving closer to and further from the Sun as it orbits..
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