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who answers my question first gets a free medal!!!!!!!!!!!! why does the relative position of the planets to the stars change from one night to the next?

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yes a planets are farther from earth than the stars. b planets are smaller than stars. c as planets revolve around the sun, their position relative to earth changes. d planets are affected by the tidal pull of the sun and the moon but stars are not.

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i want answer please lol
This is not a math question.
i said science
And giving away answers for exams is against CoC rules.
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