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Population I stars are older than Population II stars. A. True B. False
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User: Population I stars are older than Population II stars. A. True B. False

Weegy: no that isn't false at all.
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User: The most mysterious region of our galaxy is at its very center, or the nucleus. A. True B. False

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User: The center of the Milky Way was first mapped by Eric Becklin in 1968. A. True B. False

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User: Astronomers are now using infrared and radio microscopes to penetrate the interstellar dust, locate more distant OB associations, and trace the spiral arms even farther. A. True B. False

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Population I stars are older than Population II stars. FALSE.
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Astronomers are now using infrared and radio microscopes to penetrate the interstellar dust, locate more distant OB associations, and trace the spiral arms even farther. True.
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