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Why does Leo the star appear in different areas of the sky throughout the year?

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2012-12-27 13:27:22
2012-12-27 13:27:22

Leo is a constellation not a single star, but that doesn't really affect the answer.

The reason is that the Earth orbits the Sun. The night sky varies mainly

because the Sun appears in different areas of the sky during the year.

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