Réponse publiée par: stacy05
The Polaris will be located at the top of me or overhead. Because if I'm in the South, I will see it in North. But I'm in North, so it's Overhead. nan? =!
Réponse publiée par: molinamaureen080693
You can see polaris Overhead
Réponse publiée par: ian2145
Because Polaris lies nearly in a direct line with the axis of the Earth's rotation "above" the North Pole—the north celestial pole—Polaris stands almost motionless in the sky, and all the stars of the northern sky appear to rotate around it.
Réponse publiée par: abyzwlye
Polaris is located in the constellation of Ursa Minor, the Little Bear. It sometimes also goes by the name “Stella Polaris.” The seven stars from which we derive a bear are also known as the Little Dipper. Polaris, the North Star lies at the end of the handle of the Little Dipper, whose stars are rather faint.May 7, 2012
Réponse publiée par: christiandumanon
You'll see it overhead.
Réponse publiée par: calmaaprilgrace
You'll see the Polaris in the sky just right above your head. (If you are standing at the center of the NP)
If you are located at the north pole, where will you see the polaris? a. overhead b. just above th...