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Gleb Tyunikov

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how can it be that we always see the same night sky any time of the year?

earth is moving around the sun and changes its place in space so how can it be that the night sky and the star patters that we see today is the same as we saw few months ago though we moved in space and should see other stars??

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    Apr 28 2013: Perhaps you are not looking at the constellations...

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