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I'm doing a lab in Earth Space Science for Edgenuity. Can anyone help?
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Which objects have the most similar eccentricities? A.Earth and Neptune B.Mercury and Mars C.Saturn and Venus D. Jupiter and Uranus
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Kepler's second law states that a planet speeds up as it gets closer to the Sun. The image below shows a planet in its counterclockwise orbit around the Sun. The orbit is highlighted in red. Which of the following statements is true? A.The planet is speeding up. B.The planet is slowing down. C.The planet travels at the same speed throughout its orbit. D.The planet's speed varies randomly and does not depend on its orbital position because it rotates counterclockwise.
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Four planets, called A, B, C, and D, have orbital periods as shown in the table below. Which planet is closest to the sun?
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