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Who first introduced the idea that the Sun is the center of the universe? A. Albert Einstein B. Johannes Kepler C. Nicolaus Copernicus D. Edwin Hubble
Who first introduced the idea that the Sun is the center of the universe? Answer: C. [ Nicolaus Copernicus, Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543, Polish) began a new era of astronomy when he concluded that the Sun was the center of the universe instead of the Earth. Copernicus felt that the Ptolemaic system was contrived, but in his revisions of that model, he kept the orbits circular. The
revolutionary idea was not popular with the Church, but several other astronomers such as Brahe and Galileo helped to eventually prove that this model of the universe more accurately portrayed reality. ]
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User: Who first introduced the idea that the Sun is the center of the universe? A. Albert Einstein B. Johannes Kepler C. Nicolaus Copernicus D. Edwin Hubble

Weegy: Who first introduced the idea that the Sun is the center of the universe? Answer: C. [ Nicolaus Copernicus, Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543, Polish) began a new era of astronomy when he concluded that the Sun was the center of the universe instead of the Earth. Copernicus felt that the Ptolemaic system was contrived, but in his revisions of that model, he kept the orbits circular. The revolutionary idea was not popular with the Church, but several other astronomers such as Brahe and Galileo helped to eventually prove that this model of the universe more accurately portrayed reality. ]
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User: A constellation is _______ that forms a pattern resembling animals, mythological characters, or objects. A. one single planet B. a group of stars C. an entire galaxy D. a group of meteors

Weegy: A constellation is D. a group of stars that forms a pattern resembling animals, mythological characters, or objects.
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User: The study of the universe, including its origin, nature, and evolution is known as A. meteorology. B. geology. C. cosmology. D. geography.

Weegy: The study of the universe is D. cosmology
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User: _______ discovered that there were other galaxies besides the Milky Way. A. Edwin Hubble B. Galilei Galileo C. Sir Isaac Newton D. Albert Einstein

Weegy: Edwin Hubble discovered that there were other galaxies besides the Milky Way. The answer is C. Edwin Hubble.
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User: With a diameter that's 11 times larger than Earth's, _______ is the largest planet. A. Mars B. Venus C. Jupiter D. Saturn

Weegy: With a diameter that's 11 times larger than Earth's, Jupiter is the largest planet. The answer is C. Jupiter.
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User: The fragment of an asteroid or any interplanetary material is known as a A. shower material. B. meteoroid. C. limestone dignitary satellite. D. moon.

Weegy: The fragment of an asteroid or any interplanetary material is known as a A. meteoroid.
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User: An explosion that destroys the outer portion of a star is known as a A. nebula. B. protostar. C. supergiant. D. supernova.





Weegy: An explosion that destroys the outer portion of a star is known as a - - D. SUPERNOVA.
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