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Instructions are in the Celestial Globe Lab, the one that says The University of Rio Grande valley on the top left corner

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Part 3: Lab Report - Celestial Globe
List three things that can be seen in a celestial globe?
1.
2 .
3.
I. Big Dipper
Draw in the space provided (as best as you can) the Big Dipper, indicating the position and the name
of each star belonging to it (note that the Big Dipper is part of the constellation Ursa Major).
Names of the Stars that Form the Big Dipper
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5.-
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II. Declination (Dec.) and Right Ascension (R.A.)
Indicate the Declination or Right Ascension of the following objects:
Object
Declination
Object
Right Ascension
(R.A.)
Sun on December 22
Star Sirius in Canis Majoris 6h 44m
(Canis Major)
Sun on March 21
Star Algenib in Pisces
Sun on June 22
Star Gemma in Corona
Borealis
Sun on September 21
Star Hamal in Aries
Star Schedar in Cassiopeia
Star Antares in Scorpius
Constellation Corvus
Star Vega in Lyra
Star Markab in Pegasus
Constellation Southern Cross (Crux)
Star Deneb in Cygnus
Star Antares in Scorpius
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