a they move in parallel circle about the horizon never rising or setting b they

A they move in parallel circle about the horizon

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a) they move in parallel circle about the horizon never rising or setting. b) they move rising and setting perpendicular to the horizon with every star moving in an arc from one side Question 14 1 / 1 poin t At the North Pole, which stars never set at this latitude?
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a) they all rise and set b) those above the celestial equator c) those below the celestial equator Question 15 1 / 1 poin t At the equator, latitude 0 degree, what is the altitude of Polaris (the NCP)? a) 0 degrees b) 45 degrees c) 90 degrees Question 16 1 / 1 point Stars that never appear to set are called circumpolar. As you move from Earth's equator toward the North Pole, the number of circumpolar stars a) increases b) decreases c) stays the same Question 17 1 / 1 point At the Equator, what is the positional relationship of the celestial equator and the horizon? a) they are coincident-one and the same b) they are at an angle of 90 degrees to each other Question 18 1 / 1 poin t
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At the Equator, how do the stars at night move with respect to the horizon? a) they move in parallel circle about the horizon never rising or setting. b) they move rising and setting perpendicular to the horizon with every star moving in an arc from one side Question 19 1 / 1 poin t Where is the observer if the stars creating this time exposure photographic star trail are moving counter-clockwise as shown? Note: Bottom gray bar represents the horizon. north pole mid northern latitude equator mid southern latitude south pole 19 / 19
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19 / 19 Attempt 1 Written: Sep 16, 2019 9:45 PM - Sep 17, 2019 7:25 PM Submission View Your quiz has been submitted successfully. Use the following information to answer Questions 1-2 ( Click here to see Night Views Instructions in the class Content area ) The star map provided above shows the sky at midnight on July 1. Use it for the next two questions.
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1 / 1 point What is the name of the star group that will appear high in the southern part of the sky at midnight? 1) Auriga 2) Ursa Major 3) Draco 4) Corona Borealis 5) Scorpius Quest ion 2 1 / 1 poin t What is the name of the star group that will appear low near the horizon when looking to the south at midnight? 1) Auriga 2) Scorpius 3) Draco 4) Equuleus 5) Crater Use the following information to answer Questions 3-8 At the Big Dipper Clock web demonstration set the date for September 1st. Move the hour and minute hands of the clock to read midnight (00:00). Move the hour hand (smaller and
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thicker one) through a twenty-four hour period of time. Be sure to have time proceed in the proper sequence. Observe the northern web view of the sky shown. Hold the paper star chart you made so that the North direction on the dial faces your tummy ( Click here to see Night Views Instructions in the class Content area ). Set this dial for the same date and time. Observe the star chart you made go through the same twenty-four cycle. When using the paper dial remember you can only see one half of the dial. Outside you can only view from the ground, the horizon, to the top, zenith, of the sky. The center of the dial represents the zenith. Outdoors
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