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Imagine you tried to measure the parallax of distant stars from the surface of Mars. How would your results compare to what you would find from Earth?



Each star's parallax would be smaller because Mars has a smaller orbital speed.



Each star's parallax would be smaller because Mars is farther from the Sun.



Each star's parallax would be larger because Mars is closer to the stars.



Each star's parallax would be larger because Mars has a larger orbit.

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