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The Night Sky

The Night Sky

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Subject Science
Grade Level Grades 6-12
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About This Lesson

As the Earth rotates on its axix the stars seem to rotate about the north pole star (Polaris). This rotation takes one sidereal day. Some constellations, such as the Plough, are always above the horizon and these are called .

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