Which of the following statements about the celestial sphere is not true?
The "celestial sphere" is another name for our universe
The Andromeda Galaxy is faintly visible to the naked eye in the constellation Andromeda. Suppose instead it were located in the same direction in space as the center of the Milky Way Galaxy (but still at its current distance). How would it appear to the eye in that case?
We could not see it at all
An angle of 1 arcsecond is
less than the thickness of a human hair held at arm's length
When traveling north from the United States into Canada, you'll see the north star (polaris) getting
Higher in the sky (the altitude of the south celestial pole is equal to your latitude)
Suppose you are facing north and you see the Big Dipper close to your northern horizon, with Polaris (and the Little Dipper) above it. Where will you see the Big Dipper in six hours?
To the right of Polaris; that is, 90 degrees counterclockwise from its current position
In any particular place on Earth, certain constellations are visible in the evening only at certain times of the year because
Our evening view of space depends on where Earth is located in its orbit around the Sun