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if you answer this first you get a medal! its science stars appear to move across the night sky because of a.the rotation of earth on its axis b. the movement of the milky way galaxy c.the movement of the stars in the universe or d. the revolution of earth around the sun

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oh i learned this last month
i think its d
hum please tell me right if you know :D

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and letter is a. b. c. or d.?
because earth rotates on its axis
o:
so it is a case closed XD
just googled it..
yes keandrap 15 is right. it is d
uh ok
keandrap sounds like a and goldberg sounds like d
so who's is it?
copy and paste the question into google and there you go it tells you its the rotation on earth on its axis
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_do_stars_appear_to_move_across_the_Earth%27s_sky_each_night
then it is a
Yes
ty!
welcome
:D

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