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The first coordinate of the celestial coordinate system is called A right ascension B Decilination C Planisphere D Celestial Equator

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    Also what is the first coordinate too!

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    I mean the second!

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    @swissgirl can you help me?

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    sorry never heard of the celestial coordinate you can google it

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    its okay thanks though

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    @shkrina can you help me

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    @harpreetsk you think you can help

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    @him1618 you think you can help

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    @theEric can you help buddy

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    Anyone I need help???

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    @him1618 can you help me?

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    I need a quick refresher on Wikipedia! Maybe you can find it before me! :P

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    Planisphere but not sure i read it in one book years agoo

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    Planisphere for the 2nd coordinate?

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    @harpreetsk

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    @theEric Can u help me?

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    This question is closed. You have another one open. It's one question at a time on OpenStudy, and I'm not sure of the answer, actually. I never took astronomy, and Wikipedia shows several coordinate systems. The first coordinate, though, would probably be the first quantity in the coordinate. For example, 3D rectangular coordinates use \(\left( x,\ y,\ z\right)\) coordinates, and \(x\) would be the first.

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    o sorry I am new to openstudy thanks!

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    No problem!

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