As viewed from our location, the stars of the Big Dipper canbe connected with imaginary lines to form the shape of a pot with acurved handle

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As viewed from our location, the stars of the Big Dipper canbe connected with imaginary lines to form the shape of a pot with acurved handle. To where would you have to travel to first observean easily recognizable change in the shape formed by these stars(to an observer without a telescope)?
A) Pluto
B) A planet around anotherstar
C)Australia
D)California
E) Earth’s Moon

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Helga 3 months 2021-08-02T14:48:25+00:00 1 Answers 5 views 0

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    2021-08-02T14:50:07+00:00

    Answer: California

    Explanation:

    The Big Dipper has eight stars in it. Seven are visible at a glance, while the eighth is a visible double star that is just detectable with the naked eye in an area with clear “seeing” and with good vision.

    To first observe an easily recognizable change in the shape formed by these stars (to an observer without a telescope), someone can look high in the sky toward the northeast at a certain time of the year and you can’t miss the Big Dipper at around 8 p.m from mid-northern latitudes which is California

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