Planets are always small compared with stars because otherwise ______.

(a) the rotation of the planets would cause them to disintegrate
(b) the great mass of the planets would cause them to be pulled into their parent star
(c) the great mass of the planets would prevent them from being held in orbit and they would escape
(d) the planets would be stars themselves

Physical Geography MCQs

Physical Geography MCQs

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