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The mass of Jupiter can be calculated by

A) measuring the orbital period and distance of Jupiter's orbit around the Sun.
B) measuring the orbital period and distance of one of Jupiter's moons.
C) measuring the orbital speed of one of Jupiter's moons.
D) knowing the Sun's mass and measuring how Jupiter's speed changes during its elliptical orbit around the Sun.
E) knowing the Sun's mass and measuring the average distance of Jupiter from the Sun.

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Thanks for the answer, I sent you a forum message for another one.



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