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Question 131 / 1 pointThe drawing below shows the first position of the Big Dipper low near the horizon (blue stars, lower left). Which drawing shows approximately the Big Dipper six monthsfrom the first diagram?123Question 141 / 1 point
You go out tonight and see the brightest star in the constellation Orion rise at about 10 P.M. One week from now this star will rise about9:30 P.M.10:00 P.M. (i.e., any change will not be noticeable)10:30 P.M.10:00 A.M.The star map provided below shows the sky at midnight on July 1 as seen from Tucson.Use it for the next two questions.1 / 1 point
What is the name of the star group that will appear high in thesouthern part of the sky at midnight?Question 161 / 1 pointWhat is the name of the star group that will appear low near the horizon when looking to the south at midnight?Question 171 / 1 pointUse the drawing below to answer the question.If you could see stars during the day, the drawing above shows what the sky would look like at noon on a given day.
The Sun is near the stars of the constellation Gemini. Near which constellation would you expect the Sun to be located at sunrise?Question 181 / 1 pointUse the drawing below to answer the questions.Which constellation will be highest in the sky 6 hours after the time shown in the drawing above?LeoCancerGeminiTaurusPiscesQuestion 191 / 1 point
A stick is driven into the ground in Rochester, Minnesota. The length of itsshadow is measured every day at noon and is recorded for oneyear. The results would show:Question 201 / 1 pointWhich is true about the Sun's motion in the sky at your location?Question 211 / 1 pointOne month after the March equinox, the sun will rise:Question 221 / 1 pointAt the North Pole the maximum altitude of the North Star is:0 degrees
90 degrees23.5 degrees66.5 degreesQuestion 231 / 1 pointIn Minnesota the shortest noon shadow will happen on