It is not the sun that moves it is because we are orbiting the sun but when it looks like the sun is moving the earth is actually spinning at a very fastspeed.so the answer is the sun does not move we do we spin!!!
the sun does move in the sky
The Sun doesn't: "move across the sky" Earth revolves around the Sun which is why it appears to "move across the sky".
the sun dosent move across the sky
The sun doesn't move through the sky. The Earth is held by the Sun's gravitational pull and orbits the Sun while spinning.This is why it looks like the Sun is moving through the sky.
The Sun appears to move in the sky because we are on the Earth, which rotates once every 24 hours.
the sun does not move across the sky . it just appears to be moving across the sky because the earth is rotating. this creates the illusion that the sun is moving when it is pretty much stationary
the sun does not move across the sky at all, the Earth revolves around the sun, making it look like the sun moves acros the sky.Actually, it is the earth rotating on it's axis that makes the sun appear to move across the sky.EDIT by iswmhamc891
earths tilt changes during seasons causing more or less time for the sun to be in the sky
Ellen Kim was the first to explain why the sun and stars move across the sky in 1858
The sun does not travel over the earth. The earth turns "under" the sun. As a result, the sun appears to move across the sky a the rate of about 15 degrees per hour
You can describe the movement of the sun over 30 minutes as an arc. It continues to move in an arc motion, as it sets into the sky.
The sun is not moving the earth is
It is a true statement: The sun appears to move across the sky each day.
The Sun can only light one half of the Earth at one time. While the Earth rotates the sun, it revolves, making the Sun move in our sky.
The sun moves east to west.
The sun is always standing still it is the planets that are orbiting round the sun.
The sun doesn't move dude! the earth rotates while moving (orbiting) around the sun! :3
The sun doesn't move across the night sky but the earth and all planets of the sky do.when we circle around the sun it just looks like it movesI.F
The sun is always moving in the sky, it never stops. This is the result of the rotation of the Earth, which also never stops.
Because We R Revolving round the sun it is an optical illusion that v see the sun movin across the sky in the day.
Celestial bodies appear to move from east to west across the Earth's sky.
it doe not the earth rotates on its own axis and the sun appears to move in the sky when its actually the earth
The sun is always in the sky. But, as the earth rotates, some of the time (at night) your part of the earth is facing away from the so you think it is not in the sky.
That's a reflection of Earth's movement around the Sun.