Domain: astro.uiuc.edu

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en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
astro.wisc.edu 6,460
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youtube.com 30,834,319
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Celestial Sphere
celestial sphere We observe the sky as it looks, not as it is. You feel like you are on top of the Earth (the result of gravity drawing you toward the ...
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Star Names
Jan 7, 2000 ... To the Greek letter name is appended the Latin possessive form of the constellation name. Thus the brightest star in Lyra, Vega (an Arabic ...
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Star Names
Jan 7, 2000 ... To bring order out the chaos of proper names, around the year 1600 Johannes Bayer, in what is now Germany, applied lower case Greek letter ...
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seasons
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seasons
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Celestial Sphere
The Earth rotates about its poles from west to east (counterclockwise as viewed from above the north pole), which makes the sky seem to rotate in the other ...
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Celestial Sphere
The Earth rotates about its poles from west to east (counterclockwise as viewed from above the north pole), which makes the sky seem to rotate in the other ...
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Celestial Sphere
The celestial sphere is tipped relative to the observer in the same way as is the Earth. The extension of the Earth's rotation axis to the sky defines the ...
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Demonstrations and Animations for Teaching Astronomy - D A T A
Seasons is a Flash Animation. If you don't see the animation after clicking the link ... Autumn: The earth has now gone 3/4 of the way around the orbit. ...
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Star Names
Jan 7, 2000 ... The catalogue name incorporates the declination. Vega, for example, is also "BD+38° 3238," which means the 3238th star in the declination ...
 
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