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Results Sheet # 6- Seasonal Constellation6-1RESULTS SHEET #6: Seasonal ConstellationsNAME ______________________________ DATE ___________________SECTION_____________________PART 1: VIEWING ZODIACAL CONSTELLATIONSIn the table below, name the zodiacal constellations that can be seen at midnight when theSun appears to be in each of the constellations listed. Remember that it is noon at thepoint on Earth facing the Sun (the point on Earth where the arrow in the displayoriginates) and midnight at the point on Earth facing away from the Sun (the point onEarth opposite where the arrow originates). You will need to use the scroll bars besideand below theOrbit and Earthdisplay to adjust the display and complete the table.Also, you can refer to Textbook Chapter 2-1.Answer choices to fill in the table below: Pisces, Gemini, Ophiuchus, Virgo.Sun appears tobe inConstellation seen high in the skyat midnightPiscesGeminiVirgoSagittariusHow long does it take (in months) for the constellation that the Sun appears to be into become the constellation that is visible at midnight? _____________________

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Ecliptic, Southern sky, zodiacal constellations

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