Ast Lab 8 - Savannah Ostwalt Lab 8 Seasonal Constellations...

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Savannah OstwaltLab 8Seasonal ConstellationsLocation AtlantaPART 1: VIEWING ZODIACAL CONSTELLATIONSIn the table below, name the zodiacal constellations that can be seen atmidnight when the Sun appears to be in each of the constellations listed.Remember that it is noon at the point on Earth facing the Sun (the point onEarth where the arrow in the display originates) and midnight at the point onEarth facing away from the Sun (the point on Earth opposite where the arroworiginates). You will need to use the scroll bars beside and below theOrbitand Earthdisplay to adjust the display and complete the table.Sun appears tobe inConstellation seen high in the skyat midnightPiscesLeoGeminiGeminiVirgoAriesSagittariusGeminiHow long does it take for the constellation that the Sun appears to be in tobecome the constellation that is visible at midnight? Why does it take thislong?
PART 2: SEASONAL STARS AND CONSTELLATIONSFor each season in the table below, record the names of three or four of theconstellations you can see in the southern sky and some of their bright stars.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Sorci
Tags
Ursa Major, Virgo Bootes Borealis

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