The sky at night
Dr. Antonio Martin-Carrillo from UCD School of Physics explains: As Earth rotates around its own axis, the stars seem to rise on the East and set on the West. Earth's rotation axis is almost allignes with Polaris, also known as the North Star as it points to the north. Thus, if we look at Polaris, stars would seem to rotate around it.
To catch the movement of the stars one...
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