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Kepler’s third law describes the relationship between the average distance of a planet from the sun and the planet’s A) orbital period. B) average temperature. C) gravitational pull. D) inertia.
Kepler’s third law describes the relationship between the average distance of a planet from the sun and the planet’s orbital period.
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Kepler’s third law describes the relationship between the average distance of a planet from the sun and the planet’s orbital period.
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