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When we are lucky enough to see an extra-solar planet transit its star,

A) it will cause the star to vanish for several hours.
B) we can find the planet's size, mass, and density by the drop in light.
C) we can determine what elements are in its atmosphere.
D) we can determine its shape.
E) we can be certain it is a terrestrial, not a jovian.

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Here to give you a feedback, your answer was right! Awesome

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