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Johannes Kepler, an apprentice of Brahe, believed in the heliocentric universe but rejected past astronomers' belief in _____. circular orbital paths elliptical orbital paths square orbital paths
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User: Johannes Kepler, an apprentice of Brahe, believed in the heliocentric universe but rejected past astronomers' belief in _____. circular orbital paths elliptical orbital paths square orbital paths

Weegy: The answer is elliptical orbital paths.
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User: The harmonic law would suggest that Neptune will take _____ to orbit the Sun than Mercury. a shorter amount of time equal amounts of time a longer amount of time

Weegy: The statement that is true and correct is: The law of equal areas suggests that the imaginary line connecting the Sun to a planet sweeps out equal areas in equal amounts of time. -An imaginary line joining a planet and the sun sweeps out an equal [ [ area of space in equal amounts of time. The animation below depicts the elliptical orbit of a planet about the sun. The dot pattern shows that as the planet is closest the sun, the planet is moving fastest and as the planet is farthest from the sun, it is moving slowest. Nonetheless, the imaginary line joining the center of the planet to the center of the sun sweeps out the same amount of area in each equal interval of time. ] ]







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