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Anyone notice that Orion shifted SW? Is this NORMAL

 
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Anyone notice that Orion shifted SW? Is this NORMAL
When I get up in the morning go out to have my smoke, I stare at Orion ~SE and Cassiopeia ~NW, this morning I went out and Orion is SW? Anyone confirm that this morning? Or is this normal? I am trying to look up how stars move or the Earth with the constellations, can anyone give me some insight? TY!


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Re: Anyone notice that Orion shifted SW? Is this NORMAL
When I get up in the morning go out to have my smoke, I stare at Orion ~SE and Cassiopeia ~NW, this morning I went out and Orion is SW? Anyone confirm that this morning? Or is this normal? I am trying to look up how stars move or the Earth with the constellations, can anyone give me some insight? TY!


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where the fuck are you at? In the Canary islands ??

here in South Carolina, Orion is about dead south right now....right where it should be for thks time of year.
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Re: Anyone notice that Orion shifted SW? Is this NORMAL
When I get up in the morning go out to have my smoke, I stare at Orion ~SE and Cassiopeia ~NW, this morning I went out and Orion is SW? Anyone confirm that this morning? Or is this normal? I am trying to look up how stars move or the Earth with the constellations, can anyone give me some insight? TY!


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where the fuck are you at? In the Canary islands ??

here in South Carolina, Orion is about dead south right now....right where it should be for thks time of year.
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The correct answer is that the constellations appear to move to rotate toward the west as the earth goes around the sun. Each day, they will appear to have rotated just under one degree further west. See:
[link to www.answers.com]
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Re: Anyone notice that Orion shifted SW? Is this NORMAL
LOL!! No... NY! Its usually over my maple tree and this morning it has moved to the right looking southward? Thanks for your help or sarcasm dude!
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Re: Anyone notice that Orion shifted SW? Is this NORMAL
When I get up in the morning go out to have my smoke, I stare at Orion ~SE and Cassiopeia ~NW, this morning I went out and Orion is SW? Anyone confirm that this morning? Or is this normal? I am trying to look up how stars move or the Earth with the constellations, can anyone give me some insight? TY!


wtf
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where the fuck are you at? In the Canary islands ??

here in South Carolina, Orion is about dead south right now....right where it should be for thks time of year.
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The correct answer is that the constellations appear to move to rotate toward the west as the earth goes around the sun. Each day, they will appear to have rotated just under one degree further west. See:
[link to www.answers.com]
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Thank you so much! A straight answer :)

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Re: Anyone notice that Orion shifted SW? Is this NORMAL
The crust is slipping, all part of the poles shifting, nothing big
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Nice weather.
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Testing but probably off topic.
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Re: Anyone notice that Orion shifted SW? Is this NORMAL
I saw Orion in the sky for a couple of nights about a month ago, and I hadn't seen it in months prior, but that same week that I saw it, it just seemed to disappear.





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