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A Planets closest approach to the sun is associated with the term a. Period b. Aphelion c. Revolution d. Perihelion
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User: A Planets closest approach to the sun is associated with the term a. Period b. Aphelion c. Revolution d. Perihelion

Weegy: A planet's closest approach to the Sun is associated with the term perihelion.



User: Which of Kepler's laws describes the speed at which planets travel at different points in their orbit around the sun

Weegy: Kepler's LAW OF EQUAL AREAS describes the speed at which planets travel at different points in their orbit around the sun.
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In which of the following periods of the Mesozoic era did forests begin to look like modern-day forests and include a variety of coniferous and deciduous trees a. Triassic b. Jurassic c. Cambrian d. Creta eons
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The _____ . Mark the completion of pangaea's break up it was concluded by a mass extinction event a. Permian b. Tertiary c. Jurassic d. Cretaceous
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Which Theory explains how the moon most likely form a. Capture passing Planetesimals b. Impact with Mars sized Planetesimals c. Ejection of material from rapidly spinning Earth
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"Impact with Mars-sized planetesimal" explains how the Moon most likely formed.
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