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Planets travel at a constant rate around the Sun. True False User: Planets travel at a constant rate around the Sun. True or False
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Planets travel at a constant rate around the Sun.
This statement is FALSE.
Each planet speeds up when it is nearer the Sun and travels more slowly when it is far from the Sun.
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Bohr is the name of the scientist who discovered that all elements have a unique spectrum.

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