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It is called The Doppler Shift

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Q: What is the name for the change in a stars spectrum when it moves away from the earth?
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What is the for the change in a stars spectrum when it moves away from earth?

Doppler shift


Why the moon stars and sun appear to change positions in the sky?

The sun and stars change positions because Earth moves


Do stars in the night sky change?

Yes, because the Earth moves.(as well as the stars and the other bodies)


What proves that the earth moves around the sun?

the stars change as we move and the sesons


What is is the name for the change in stars spectrun when in moves away form the earth?

Dont worry about it.


What are groups of stars whose positions in the sky seem to change as Earth moves?

Constellations


Why does the sun stars and sun change positions in the sky?

First of all, the stars don't move. The Earth moves around the Sun. The moon moves around the Earth and the whole SOLAR SYSTEM is moving.


Why does the moon stars and sun change positions in the sky?

First of all, the stars don't move. The Earth moves around the Sun. The moon moves around the Earth and the whole SOLAR SYSTEM is moving.


Why the moon stars and sun change positions in the sky?

First of all, the stars don't move. The Earth moves around the Sun. The moon moves around the Earth and the whole SOLAR SYSTEM is moving.


Who moves the planets sun or stars?

How far is the earth to the sun?


What moves that causes the stars to rise and set?

The stars really don't move. The Earth does all the movement.


What evidence shows that the Earth orbits the Sun?

Here is one: You can observe that the position of the Sun amongst the stars changes. So either the entire sky with all the stars moves around us, the Sun moves around the Earth, or the Earth moves around the Sun. Assuming that it is Earth that moves around the Sun is the simplest of the assumptions (in the older, geocentric, model, the other planets had complicated orbits around the Earth).