Mysteries of the Sky Activity solutions

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4/17/08 6:44 PM PHYS10102s08 Mysteries of the Sky - WebCT 4.1.5 Page 1 of 1 http://webct.montana.edu:80/SCRIPT/31711200830/scripts/serve_home 2. Road are meant to be read on while it is lying flat, and you are above it. Facing south and reading an atlas, east is on your left and west is on your right. Star charts, on the other hand, are meant to be read while you are lying down and looking up at the sky. With feet facing south, east is on your left and west is on your
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Unformatted text preview: right. If you turn over and try to read a star chart like a road map, the directions will be wrong! Likewise, you cannot read a road map while holding it up toward the sky. 3. Since 2 hours = 1 month ahead, 4 hours = 2 months ahead. We always have to look forward months to see the sky later in the night. 4. and 5. Find a particular asterism and watch how it moves, using # 3 as a guide....
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