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16. A star that's actively fusing hydrogen into helium is a A. red giant. B. white dwarf. C. main-sequence star. D. supergiant.
A star that's actively fusing hydrogen into helium is a D. main-sequence star.
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User: 16. A star that's actively fusing hydrogen into helium is a A. red giant. B. white dwarf. C. main-sequence star. D. supergiant.

Weegy: A star that's actively fusing hydrogen into helium is a D. main-sequence star.
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User: 18. Material from which of the following solar occurrences can reach Earth, causing radio blackouts? A. Coronal mass ejection B. Prominence C. Solar wind D. Flare

Weegy: Material from a solar D) flare can reach earth causing radio blackouts.
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