2 Stars can be seen with an eye (#1) and one with a telescope (#2). What can we infer about #1?

Star X is visible through the unaided eye from Earth, compared to star Y which can only be seen with a telescope. Compared to star Y, what can we infer about star X?

a. It is a very hot star
b. It is a very dense star
c. It is a very large star
d. Both A and C
e. There is not enoguh information given to determine
Asked Sep 08, 2016

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