astronomy - 1 The (fictitious) celestial sphere is centered...

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1 The (fictitious) celestial sphere is centered on (1) the Earth ***** 2 The imaginary circle running around the celestial sphere midway between the celestial poles is the (1) celestial equator 1 On the celestial sphere, the celestial equator (1) is midway between the two celestial poles 1 The imaginary circle midway between the celestial poles on the celestial sphere is the (1) celestial equator 1 The imaginary circle midway between the celestial poles on the celestial sphere is the (1) celestial equator ***** 3 At the Earth's equator, the daily (diurnal) motion causes the stars to appear to (1) rise and set vertically 3 At the Earth's equator, the daily (diurnal) motion causes the stars to appear to (1) rise and set vertically ***** 4 The imaginary half-circle running from the north point on the horizon through the zenith to the south point is the (1) celestial meridian 2 The imaginary half-circle running from the north point on the horizon through the zenith to the south point is called the
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