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7.Which is the largest?A) The distance from the Sun to the center of the Milky Way GalaxyB) The distance from the Sun to the Virgo cluster of galaxiesC) The distance from the Sun to its nearest neighboring starD) The distance from the Sun to the Andromeda GalaxyE) The Solar System.
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