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How does the angular diameter of an object change as you move away from the object? A. It gets larger. B. It gets smaller. C. It does not change.
A. It gets larger.
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User: How does the angular diameter of an object change as you move away from the object? A. It gets larger. B. It gets smaller. C. It does not change.





Weegy: A. It gets larger.
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User: Objects A and B are visible in the night sky. Six months later they are still visible, but Object B shows less parallax than object A. Which object is closer? A. A B. B C. You would need to wait another six months in order to figure this out. D. You would need to know the objects' angular diameters in order to figure this out.

Weegy: A. A
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