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40.A star is stable due to the balance ofA) gravity and gas pressureB) mass and luminosityC) convection and radiationD) nuclear reactions and nuclear fissionE) prominences and magnetic fieldsCorrect Answer(s):ATable for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
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43.Stars that include Mercury in their habitable zone areTable for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
44.Which of the following is TRUE?A) red main sequence stars are less luminous than blue main sequence starsB) red giants are less luminous than white dwarfsC) the temperature of the Sun's photosphere is about 20,000 degrees Kelvin
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What is the general result of the proton-proton chain?
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