Constellations-Moving Patterns In The Night Sky

Unit 5: Out Of This World- A Journey Through Our Solar System
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT describe the appearance and apparent motion of groups of stars in the night sky relative to Earth.

Big Idea: Students will investigate patterns of constellations and construct a planisphere to illustrate why constellations appear to move throughout the year.

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