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According to Kepler’s law of planetary motion, what part of the ellipse is the sun located?29
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According to Kepler’s law of planetary motion, what part of the ellipse is the sun located?
Which of the following statement is correct as described by the Law of Areas?
The Sun is not in the precise center of Uranus’ orbit.
All the planets orbit the Sun in nearly the same plane.
Mars moves faster in its orbit when it is closer to the Sun than when it is farther from the Sun.
Venus orbits the Sun at a faster orbital speed than Earth.60sEditDelete
Which of the following is NOT one of Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion?
Law of Ellipse
Law of Area
Law of Periods
Law of Orbit60sEditDelete
What is the point of the Earth's orbit that is farthest away from the Sun?
Consider a planet orbiting around the sun. If the orbital radius of the planet is doubled, how long would it take for a planet to complete a revolution?
Less than half as long to orbit the Sun
Exactly twice as long to orbit the Sun
The same amount of time to orbit the Sun
More than twice as long to orbit the Sun60sEditDelete
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