Unlike the belief held by many of their peers that our Earth and Sun are part of a unique solar system, astronomers

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Unlike the belief held by many of their peers that our Earth and Sun are part of a unique solar system, astronomers Aleksander Wolszczan and Dale Frail held on to the theory developed in the 19th century that extrasolar planets existed, and in 1992 discovered several terrestrial-mass planets orbiting a pulsar roughly 2,000 light-years from the sun.

A) Unlike the belief held by many of their peers that our Earth and Sun are
B) Contrary to the long-held belief that our Earth and Sun are
C) As opposed to the popular belief long held by their peers that our Earth and Sun are
D) Even though many of their peers were convinced that our Earth and Sun are
E) Even with many of their peers being convinced our Earth and Sun are



OA D

Source: Princeton Review