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Q: Which planet has no atmosphere, which prevents erosion? A. Mercury B. Neptune C. Uranus D. Mars
A: MERCURY has no atmosphere, which prevents erosion.
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User: Which planet has no atmosphere, which prevents erosion? A. Mercury B. Neptune C. Uranus D. Mars

Weegy: MERCURY has no atmosphere, which prevents erosion.


User: An explosion that destroys a massive star is called a A. supernova. B. nebula. C. black hole. D. vacuum.

Weegy: An explosion that destroys a massive star is called SUPERNOVA.
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User: The gases cast off by a dying star are called A. dark matter. B. planetary nebulae. C. remnants. D. neutron clouds.

Weegy: The gases cast off by a dying star are called PLANETARY NEBULAE.
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User: Which of the following is not a type of galaxy? A. Irregular B. Spiral C. Oval D. Elliptical

Weegy: OVAL is NOT a type of galaxy.
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User: The _______ of a star determines its temperature and luminosity. A. mass B. location C. density D. width

Weegy: The MASS of a star determines its temperature and luminosity
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User: A star at the end of its life-cycle, composed of mostly carbon, is a A. white dwarf. B. red dwarf. C. nova. D. giant.

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A star at the end of its life-cycle, composed of mostly carbon, is a A. white dwarf.
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Heat passes through liquids by the process of A. absorption. B. convection. C. radiation. D. conduction.
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Heat passes through liquids by the process of Convection.

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Which of the following terms refers to how genetic traits are expressed? A. Dominance B. Genotype C. Phenotype D. Display
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The Phanerozoic eon is made up Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic except the PERMEZOIC.

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