Spring2001VER - 3 At the Earth's poles the daily(diurnal...

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3 At the Earth's poles, the daily (diurnal) motion causes the stars to appear to (1) circle around the sky parallel to the horizon 4 Here in Gainesville, the stars in the northern sky (1) seem to circle around the north celestial pole 5 Which of the following is not evidence that the Sun moves with respect to the fixed stars? (1) The Sun is seen to move from constellation to constellation by observers on the Earth. 7 The Sun sets farthest to the south of west at the time of (1) winter solstice 8 If the Moon's ascending node moved eastwards with respect to the fixed stars instead of westwards, the nodical (draconic) month would be (1) longer than the sidereal month 9 When the Moon is at first quarter, it will be seen (1) in the eastern sky in the afternoon and the western sky in evening 10 The Moon rises farthest north of east (major standstill) when the Moon's ascending node is situated at the (1) vernal equinox 11 The term megalith refers to (1) a structure made using large stones 12 Which of the following is a prehistoric structure having a very
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