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What did Hubble conclude when he noted that light emitted from stars is shifting toward the red end of the electromagnetic spectrum? A. The temperature of stars is decreasing. B. The temperature of stars in increasing. C. The universe is expanding. D. The universe is contracting.
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User: What did Hubble conclude when he noted that light emitted from stars is shifting toward the red end of the electromagnetic spectrum? A. The temperature of stars is decreasing. B. The temperature of stars in increasing. C. The universe is expanding. D. The universe is contracting.

Weegy: The answer is D. The universe is expanding.
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User: The sun is part of which type of galaxy? A. Spiral B. Central C. Irregular D. Elliptical

Weegy: The sun is part of which type of galaxy? Answer: C. Spiral.
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User: An icy piece of rock or rock fragment moving through space is known as a A. meteorite. B. comet. C. meteor. D. meteoroid.

Weegy: B. comet.
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User: What scientist first proposed that the sun is the center of the solar system? A. Copernicus B. Kepler C. Ptolemy D. Brahe

Weegy: C. Copernicus
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User: As the moon moves around Earth, a person on Earth doesn't always see the fully lit side of the moon. This phenomenon causes A. eclipses of the moon. B. an increase in apogee. C. an increase in perigee. D. phases of the moon.

Weegy: A. phases of the moon
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User: We see only one side of the moon from Earth because A. the other side of the moon isn't illuminated when it faces Earth. B. Earth's gravity holds the moon in place so it can't rotate. C. the moon rotates on its axis at the same rate at which it orbits Earth. D. tilt of Earth on its axis causes it to face the same side of the moon.

Weegy: D. tilt of Earth on its axis causes it to face the same side of the moon.
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User: Which one of the following planets does not have rings surrounding it? A. Saturn B. Uranus C. Jupiter D. Mars

Weegy: Mars does not have rings surrounding it.
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User: Which one of the following planets does not have rings surrounding it? A. Saturn B. Uranus C. Jupiter D. Mars

Weegy: Mars does not have rings surrounding it.
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User: One way in which scientists can determine the surface temperature of a star is by its A. brightness. B. color. C. composition. D. mass.

User: The path in which one object travels around another object in space is called its A. gravitation. B. revolution. C. rotation. D. orbit.

Weegy: The path in which one object travels around another object in space is called its D. orbit.
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User: An icy object moving through space in a highly eccentric orbit is called a A. meteor. B. comet. C. meteorite. D. meteoroid.

Weegy: B. comet.
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User: What early astronomer discovered why planets stay in their orbits? A. Galilei B. Newton C. Copernicus D. Kepler

Weegy: C. Newton
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User: Compared to Earth, Jupiter A. is much smaller. B. has a lower internal pressure. C. rotates more quickly. D. has no moon.

Weegy: B. rotates more quickly.
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User: Which one of the following groups is in the proper order from smallest to largest? A. Saturn, Mercury, Earth B. Mars, Jupiter, Pluto C. Pluto, Jupiter, Moon D. Venus, Neptune, Saturn

Weegy: Venus, Neptune, Saturn
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User: . What happens during a lunar eclipse? A. Earth moves out of the plane of the moon-sun orbit. B. Earth's shadow falls on the moon. C. The moon's shadow falls on Earth. D. The moon moves out of the plane of the Earth-sun orbit.

Weegy: What happens during a lunar eclipse? B. Earth's shadow falls on the moon.
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User: The brightness of stars as they appear from Earth is measured by _______ magnitude. A. relative B. absolute C. apparent D. light

User: Regarding movement of planets, the three laws of planetary motion include all except which of the following? A. Orbits are elliptical. B. The farther a planet is from the sun, the longer it takes to orbit the sun. C. The distance between each planet and the sun is constant. D. When a planet is closer to the sun it moves faster than when it is farther away.

Weegy: Regarding movement of planets, the three laws of planetary motion include all except : The distance between each planet and the sun is constant.
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One way in which scientists can determine the surface temperature of a star is by its COLOR.
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