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Q: Is the celestial sphere actual region in space?
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The celestial sphere is an actual region in space.?

No.


What is meant by a celestial globe?

The Celestial Globe (or sphere) is an imaginary sphere around our planet, earth. All objects in the sky and space, such as satellites, can be thought inside this invisible sphere.


Where might you find the celestial sphere celestial equator and celestial poles?

These are imaginary locations in the sky. The "celestial sphere" is a blanket term for everything beyond the Earth. The celestial equator is the plane of the Earth's equator extended out into space. The "celestial poles" are extensions of the north pole and south pole into space. It's sometimes convenient to describe objects out in space with reference to terrestrial coordinates.


Why do all celestial objects in space not lie on the celestial sphere?

because the objects exist at different distances from earth.


What is celestial space objects can be meteoroid come from?

The space rock is the celestial space object that a meteoroid comes from.


When was Nation of Celestial Space created?

Nation of Celestial Space was created in 1949.


What celestial (space)object can a meteoroid come from?

The space rock is the celestial space object that a meteoroid comes from.


What kind of celestial body is the International Space Station?

The Space Station is no a celestial body. Celestial bodies are natural -- not man made.


Was space initially cuboid or sphere?

Space was innitialy sphere.


Is cloud a celestial object?

No. A celestial object is an object in outer space, such as a planet, star, meteor or comet. Clouds are not in outer space, therefore they are not a celestial object.


What space objects can a meteoroid come from?

The space rock is the celestial space object that a meteoroid comes from.


Can a sphere have an axis or is this only possible for planets rotating in space?

a sphere