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A small increase in aperture will result in a: small increase in brightness large increase in brightness small decrease in size large decrease in size
A. small increase in brightness
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User: Galileo's telescope was a reflector. True or false

User: Decreasing a telescope's eyepiece focal length will: increase magnification decrease magnification have no effect on magnification

User: A small increase in aperture will result in a: small increase in brightness large increase in brightness small decrease in size large decrease in size

Weegy: A. small increase in brightness
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User: The Hubble Telescope: has a 1,000 foot dish is the largest radio telescope in the world can receive near-infrared and ultraviolet wavelengths all of the above

Weegy: all of the above
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User: A 5-inch, f/10 telescope has a 2-inch eyepiece focal. Its magnifying power is: 10X 25X 50X 100X

Weegy: D)100 + 10x
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User: Reflecting telescopes use a concave mirror instead of a lens. True or false?

User: Satellite imaging can be used to: predict weather analyze geological structures locate oil deposits all of the above

Weegy: D.all of the above .
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User: Advances in astronomy have been made only in the past few years. True or false?

Weegy: Astronomy is a natural science that deals with the study of celestial objects (such as stars, planets, comets, nebulae, [ star clusters and galaxies) and phenomena that originate outside the atmosphere of Earth (such as the cosmic background radiation). source: wikipedia ]
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User: Aerodynamic drag from the earth's atmosphere: can reduce the orbital speed of a satellite must be overcome in order to launch a satellite can cause a satellite to fall from orbit all of the above

Weegy: The study of the Earth's atmosphere and its changing conditions is called meteorology. Thank you for using Weegy and have a wonderful day! [smile]
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User: Satellites in low orbits require less or more velocity than higher orbits

User: Weather satellites are usually placed in North-South orbits because: They require a stationary transmitter. They focus on specific latitudes. They will eventually cover the entire globe. They are easier to maintain and manage from earth

Weegy: To achieve a syn-synchronous orbit, the orbital plane is inclined slightly away from a true north-south track to introduce a slow precession in the orbital plane, roughly one degree per day. [ This precession ensures that the equatorial crossing times of the satellites, in terms of the local solar time, remain nearly constant throughout the year. This means that a satellite can make repeated global observations from a single set of sensors with similar illumination from pass to pass. source: ]
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User: Once a satellite is placed in orbit, it will remain there indefinitely. True or false?

User: A satellite is always being pulled by gravity. True or false?

User: Satellites can focus on specific latitudes using: North-South orbits East-West orbits oblique orbits none of the above

Weegy: NONE OF THE ABOVE {A satellite in a direct orbit with an orbital period less than one day will tend to move from west to east along its ground track.}
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User: The Viking spacecraft: found no evidence of life in Martian soil discovered water on Mars in solid and vapor form provided evidence which suggests life may have existed on Mars all of the above

Weegy: The answer is All of the above.
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