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Ch 2 q7 ursa minor contains the pole star polaris and

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Ch 2, Q7: Ursa Minor contains the pole star, Polaris, and the asterism known as the LittleDipper. From most locations in the Northern Hemisphere, all of the stars in Ursa Minor arecircumpolar. Does that mean these stars are also above the horizon during the day? Explain.
Ch2, Q8: How many degrees does the Sun move per day relative to the fixed stars? How manydays does it take for the Sun to return to its original location relative to the fixed stars?
Ch 2, Q9: How many degrees does the Moon move per day relative to the fixed stars? Howmany days does it take for the Moon to return to its original location relative to the fixedstars?
Ch2, Q10: Explain how the zodiacal constellations are different from the other constellations.
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Term
Winter
Professor
bennert
Tags
Astronomy, Galaxies, ancient Greeks, Original Location

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