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What is an orbital period? A. the fastest speed achieved by the orbiting object B. the time it takes to complete one-twelfth of an orbit C. the time it takes for an orbiting object to complete one orbit D. the distance between the orbiting object and one of the foci of the orbit
Orbital period is C. the time it takes for an orbiting object to complete one orbit.
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Orbital period is C. the time it takes for an orbiting object to complete one orbit.
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