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  How long does it take the Earth to complete a sidereal orbit of the Sun? one year     Which one of the following is NOT one of Kepler's Three Laws? Whenever one body exerts a force on a second body, the second   Of the following planets, which takes longest to orbit the Sun? Uranus     What condition must be met before the angular momentum of a body is conserved. The net external torque must be zero.  
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What configuration listed below would be best to observe Mercury or Venus with an Earth-based telescope?  greatest eastern or western elongation     The synodic period for a planet is different from its sidereal period because the Earth (and hence the observer) moves.     Newton's first law of motion, stating that "a body, once given a certain speed, will maintain that speed for ever unless acted upon    In using the scientific method to investigate a particular phenomenon, you would normally follow the careful observation of this ph  
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