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If the Milky Way partly assembled from smaller units, then some of the _____ clusters in the halo may be hitchhikers. A. globular B. open C. Population I D. Population II
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User: If the Milky Way partly assembled from smaller units, then some of the _____ clusters in the halo may be hitchhikers. A. globular B. open C. Population I D. Population II



Weegy: If the Milky Way partly assembled from smaller units, then some of the globular clusters in the halo may be hitchhikers.
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User: These types of galaxies are generally shapeless and tend to be rich in gas and dust. A. elliptical galaxies B. irregular galaxies C. spiral galaxies D. barred spiral galaxies

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