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An icy piece of rock or rock fragment moving through space is known as a A. meteoroid. B. meteorite. C. meteor. D. comet
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User: An icy piece of rock or rock fragment moving through space is known as a A. meteoroid. B. meteorite. C. meteor. D. comet

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User: The unit light-year is a measure of A. distance. B. brightness. C. temperature. D. time

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The unit light-year is a measure of distance.
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