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What did Hubble conclude when he noted that light emitted from stars is shifting toward the red end of the electromagnetic spectrum? A. The temperature of stars in increasing. B. The temperature of stars is decreasing. C. The universe is expanding. D. The universe is contracting.
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User: The path in which one object travels around another object in space is called its A. gravitation. B. revolution. C. rotation. D. orbit.

User: What did Hubble conclude when he noted that light emitted from stars is shifting toward the red end of the electromagnetic spectrum? A. The temperature of stars in increasing. B. The temperature of stars is decreasing. C. The universe is expanding. D. The universe is contracting.

Weegy: A. The universe is contracting.
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User: Of the following stars, which one is the brightest? A. Nova B. White dwarf C. Red giant D. Main-sequence

User: The fact that the position of the constellations seems to change throughout the year is evidence that A. the sun is rotating. B. Earth is rotating. C. Earth is revolving. D. the sun is revolving.

Weegy: C. Earth is revolving. The fact that the position of the constellations seems to change throughout the year is evidence that Earth is revolving.
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User: Which one of the following groups is in the proper order from smallest to largest? A. Pluto, Jupiter, Moon B. Venus, Neptune, Saturn C. Saturn, Mercury, Earth D. Mars, Jupiter, Pluto

Weegy: B. Venus, Neptune, Saturn. Pluto is a very small dwarf planet, while the moon is not a planet either.
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The path in which one object travels around another object in space is called its D. orbit.

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What happens during a lunar eclipse? A. Earth moves out of the plane of the moon-sun orbit. B. Earth's shadow falls on the moon. C. The moon's shadow falls on Earth. D. The moon moves out of the plane of the Earth-sun orbit.
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During a lunar eclipse: Earth's shadow falls on the moon.

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