anonymous
  • anonymous
Which factor does not affect the apparent brightness of a star? how hot the star is how big the star is how far away the star is how old the star is
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Goku-Kai
anonymous
  • anonymous
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
How old the star is! ;D

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anonymous
  • anonymous
According to physics, speaking of our vision, seeing an object far away in a relatively empty space, you can clearly identify the object by its unique brightness. Furthermore, heat energy expended at very high levels can promote rise in light energy. Adding on to that, the larger the size of an object , the more identifiable it is. Age does not necessarily depends on brightness. Therefore, answer is D.
anonymous
  • anonymous
That deserves a medal haha
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Thanks.

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