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# The cameras of the Voyager II spacecraft detected six small,

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The cameras of the Voyager II spacecraft detected six small, [#permalink]

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21 Oct 2008, 08:54
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The cameras of the Voyager II spacecraft detected six small, previously unseen moons circling Uranus, which doubles to twelve the number of satellites now known as orbiting the distant planet.
(A) which doubles to twelve the number of satellites now known as orbiting
(B) doubling to twelve the number of satellites now known to orbit
(C) which doubles to twelve the number of satellites now known in orbit around
(D) doubling to twelve the number of satellites now known as orbiting
(E) which doubles to twelve the number of satellites now known that orbit

Should it be "to orbit" ot "orbiting"???
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21 Oct 2008, 09:09
D

(i remember thisone from somewhere)

guess its because the tense is happening / still in progress
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21 Oct 2008, 10:06
clearly there's a choice between B and D. I'd go with B, because known to+verb looks more idiomatic in this case.
Re: SC-Voyager   [#permalink] 21 Oct 2008, 10:06
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