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Odeumba

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What is true about the stellar populations in the Galaxy?

A) Most open clusters are in the halo.
B) The bluest stars are in the halo.
C) Only old stars are found in the halo.
D) The main star forming regions are outside the Galactic plane.
E) Red stars are only found in the bulge.

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Burton A

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C

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biologist

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OMG..This is soo helpful. Thank you.