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Astronomical sources emit electromagnetic radiation at various wavelengths. some sources might emit just visible and infrared radiation. other sources might emit gamma, uv, visible, and infrared radiation. some of that radiation travels in the direction of earth and can be detected with the right telescopes placed in the right locations. some wavelengths can be read in the atmosphere. however, the majority of wavelengths are either read from space or earth's surface. which observations would require you to launch a telescope above the earth's atmosphere? please drag each observing mode below into either the ground-based (surface) zone or space-borne (space) zone, depending on the respective observing requirements.drag the appropriate items to their


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