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Fantastic question - The Big Dipper circles around Polaris, The North Star throughout the night.

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Q: What appears to happen to the big dipper throughout the night?
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Why does the Little Dipper appears to change positions in the night sky?

Because of the rotation of the Earth.


Where is the big dipper found in the night sky?

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Whereabouts in the night sky can one find the Little Dipper?

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