The Earth rotates around the sun, like all the other planets. Also, everything moves... absolutely everything. There is no object anywhere that is stationary.
The stars do not move. The earth does. So depending on where you are standing you will think that the stars move. They arent, YOU are. The earth rotates and that is why you think the stars move.
The stars do not actually move relative to the Earth, the earth spins on its axis. The stars appear to move,but it is actually us that is moving.
stars don't move, the earth does.
the stars don't move the earth rotates and that's why we think we see the stars move
They move because Earth rotates on its axis.
The stars don't move much, their "movement" is caused by the rotation of the Earth.
it's no the starts that move, it's the Earth that rotates on its axisAdding-Except shooting stars of course. ;)Hope that helped! ;)-Abbystars don't move its the earth that moves on its axis creating gravity :)
Stars don't move at all, not even the sun. The Earth orbits around the sun to make it LOOK like the sun is moving. So no stars move.
the stars "move" because of the way earth spins so then the constellations and stars look like they're moving but it realy is the earth that moves. In other ways the stars stay ware they are while the earth is spinning
Stars and constellations appear to move in the night sky because the Earth is rotating, while the stars and constellations stay there.
Yes the stars do appear to move across the sky. This is due to the rotation of the Earth on its axis.
The less a star appears to move the farther it is from earth is true.
Stars do not move. The Earth rotates on its axis, which gives the effect of the stars moving. In fact, the stars are moving, but are too far away for our eyes to realize.The short answer is, they stay where they are and we sit on the Earth and go round. The effect is that the stars appear to rise in the eastern half of the sky and set in the western half, as the Earth rotates.In the northern hemisphere the stars appear to move left to right, while in the southern hemisphere they move right to left. But they still rise in the east and set in the west.
moon and stars seem to move in the sky...but they ae ot actually moving .....moon and stars are the fxed bodies....it is earth that is continusly rotating and hence we see thing around earth moving...
The rotation of the Earth makes the stars appear to move in the sky.
Earth rotates on its axis The moon orbits the Earth The sun IS a star so stars move the same way Earth takes a year to orbit the sun Moon takes a month to orbit the earth Earth takes a day to orbit around its axis The Sun does NOT move
The earth is constantly rotating, so the stars appear to move accross the sky from our perspective on the earths surface.
because of the rotation of the earth from west to east on its own axis otherwise stars are stationary and doesn't move .
The Earth is rotating.
The earth is turning
to move the earth around the sun in a year
Because the Earth rotates on its axis
well u see, the earth moves (amazing, right)! The Earth rotates towards the East. So, the stars seem to move in the opposite direction.
because the earth moves(:
They seem to move to the West, like the Sun does.