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Q: 1 Which of the following definitions best describes a constellation?lOMoARcPSD|17060710
Q:2 Which of the following best describes the Big Dipper?
Q:3 . What do stars in the same constellation have in common?
Q: 4 What languages do the standard constellation names come from?*a.Greek and Latinb.Latin and Arabicc.Greek and Arabicd.Arabic and Sanskrit
Q:5 Table 2-1StarNameApparent VisualMagnitudeδ Dra3.07α Cet2.53Nim8.07α CMa−1.46Refer to Table 2-1. Which star in the table would appear brightest to an observer on Earth?
Q:6 What causes the precession of the Earth’s rotation axis?
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d.the impacts of asteroidsQ:6 A star is on the north point of the horizon. Where will the star be in 6 and 12 hours later.DBNCPCHorizonAHorizonNSTAR
Q:7 The Earth revolves in a counter clockwise directon around the sun at about 1 deg/day (360 deg and365 days).Then this moton makes the sun to appear moving:*a) 1 deg per day eastwardb) 1 deg per day westwardc) 15 deg per day eastwardd) 15 deg per day westwarde) not at all-the sun does not appear to move.

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