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This question has not been graded. The correct answer is not displayed for Written Response type questions. Hide Feedback The nightly change that is viewed from the backyard can be seen in that each month a different set of stars is mis night from sunset to sunrise. If you observed the night sky, every month for an entire year you would see a differ takes one year for the sun to complete one trip around the ecliptic. In other words, the sun seems to be orbiting ar Read in week 3 Content Area: Night Views Instructions and see power point Dialing Up the Stars slides 53-55. Use your paper made star dial/chart and the following information to answer Questions 20- 23
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1 / 1 point On September 1, will the star, Rigel in Orion, be visible at sunset? Refer to Setting the Sun (see Night Views Instructions in the Content Area) a) yes b) no Question 21 0 / 1 poin t On this date, is the star Rigel above or below the horizon at sunrise? a) Above b) Below Question 22 1 / 1 poin t On this night, when did the star Rigel rise before or after midnight? a) Before b) After Question 23 1 / 1 poin t On the above night, will the chosen star be:
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a) not visible at all for the night b) visible for less than half the night c) visible for more than half of the night 20 / 23 20 / 23 Attempt 1 Written: Sep 23, 2019 2:01 PM - Sep 23, 2019 7:08 PM Submission View Your quiz has been submitted successfully. Created by Respondus Majority of these questions are not yet graded as they are written and must be manually graded 0 / 1 point Have west is in the lower middle of the screen. Compare the February 1, 2012 10 p.m. night sky with the night sky one year from this date and time. Remember stars like planets varying in the appearance of brightness and color. In this simulator the planets are shown as pictures that are overexposed. As a result they appear to be obvious. Planets are not obvious in their appearance from your backyard. If planets look like stars to the naked eye, how did our ancestors discover them? They would disappear and reappear among the fixed stars wandering back and forth. they were called Gods, 7 of them to be exact. This question has not been graded.
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The correct answer is not displayed for Written Response type questions. h colorful and show a range of brightness. Planets become obvious by their independent motion seen over several nights against g star.” 1 / 1 point Select the Constellation Lines and Label function displays. Examine the location of the planets in relation to the starry background. Notice that Jupiter is found among the constellations of Pisces, Aries and Taurus during the times of question one. What name is given to the group of constellations in which the planets can be found? 1) circumpolar constellations 2) zodiacal constellations 3) equatorial constellations 4) mythological constellations Quest ion 3 1 / 1 poin t Set the date for February 1, 2012 at 10 p.m . Observe how the night sky behaves as you watch the nightly sky at the same time from February 1 through February 17, 2012. Click the day indicator consecutively for each night.
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