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Astr (207) Mastering Astronomy Answers

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Part A
1 lightsecond
in kilometer

Part B
1 lightsecond
in miles

Part C
1 lightminute
in kilometers

Part D
1 lightminute
in miles

Part E
1 lighthour
in kilometers

Part F
1 lighthour
in miles

Part A
About how many times larger is the diameter of the Milky Way Galaxy than the diameter of Saturn’s rings? (Data: Saturn’s rings are about 270,000 km in diameter; the Milky Way is
100,000 lightyears
in diameter.)

Part B
Find the rotation speed for a person at latitude 62 {\rm ^\circ N}.

Part A
Shown here are astronomical objects located at different distances from Earth. Rank the objects based on their distances from Earth, from farthest to nearest.

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