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31 March, 10:49

Suppose a student takes a study break from astronomy homework and steps out onto his or her balcony on a fall evening. The constellation Pegasus is low in the eastern part of the sky and the Big Dipper to locate Polaris is fairly high in the sky to the north. When the student steps out for another break four hours later, how has the location of Pegasus changed?

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  1. 31 March, 12:44
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    The location of Pegasus changed from low eastern part of the sky, by the time the student stepped out after four hours because it was seeking to achieve its normal location, which is the fourth quadrant of the Northern Hemisphere in the sky. Its latitude is between + 90° and - 60°.

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    About Pegasus.

    Pegasus is one of the largest constellation in the sky. Precisely, the seventh largest constellation in the sky. It occupies area of about 1121 Square Degrees.
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