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Course: ASTRO 001, Summer 2010
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4 ---------------------------------------------------- Unit - Introduction ---------------------------------------------------- How many powers of ten separate the approximate diameter of Earth (North and Central America) from the diameter of our Solar System (the orbits of Neptune and Pluto)? A: 4. B: 2. C: 6. *** D: 16. E: 9. How many powers of ten separate the diameter of the Solar System and the diameter...

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Penn State - ASTRO - 001
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