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8.What is in this image?
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9.A nova is
C) a star that is invisible and then becomes visible for several minutes because the planetary debrissurrounding it moves aside.D) a region of a molecular cloud with a temperature low enough that the Jeans mass is low enough toallow star formation.E) a star that explodes suddenly at the end of its life and then becomes a neutron star or black hole.Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
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11.What color are the star clusters in the spiral arms and what does that mean?A) blue and that means they have just formed recentlyB) red and that means they are oldC) blue and that means they are oldD) red and that means they have just formed recentlyE) black and that means they are covered by dustCorrect Answer(s):ATable for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:0.0/2.0
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