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If you saw a shooting star and were lucky enough to see where it landed, which object could you possibly pick up from the landing site? A. meteor B. asteroid C. meteorite D. meteoroid
If you saw a shooting star and were lucky enough to see where it landed, you could possibly pick up meteor from the landing site.
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If you saw a shooting star and were lucky enough to see where it landed, you could possibly pick up meteor from the landing site.
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A solar eclipse does not occur every time Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are aligned, because: The orbital plane of the Moon is inclined relative to the orbital plane of Earth.
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A solar eclipse does not occur every time Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are aligned, because the orbital plane of the Moon is inclined relative to the orbital plane of Earth.
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A solar eclipse does not occur every time Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are aligned. What is the reason for this? A. The Moon is too small to eclipse the Sun. B. Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are never exactly aligned. C. The orbital plane of the Moon is inclined relative to the orbital plane of Earth. D. In order for a solar eclipse to occur, Earth must be a specific distance from the Sun.
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A solar eclipse does not occur every time Earth, the Moon, and the Sun are aligned, because the orbital plane of the Moon is inclined relative to the orbital plane of Earth.
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