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Which statement is true concerning the evidence for black holes? A. Scientists can see black holes with powerful telescopes. B. scientists can see the effect of black holes on nearby stars. C. Scientists can see trails left in space by black holes. D. There is no evidence for black holes

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@amistre64 @Apellot7 @brianwh @Bárbara_de_Medeiros @bmp @cwrw238 @cshalvey please help
Black holes are as mysterious as their name suggests! They are virtually 'invisible' to most technology in an astronomer's arsenal, but we are able to see their effects on the way that stars move around them - the gravitational pull affects normal orbit/movement of other bodies in space. Does that make sense? :)
Wold it be B

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I think is B... I'm not 100% sure, altough...
I think that is the best answer, yes.

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