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Basic Coordinates & Seasons

Go to: http://astro.unl.edu/naap/motion1/motion1.html
There are three main sections to this module: terrestrial coordinates, celestial equatorial
coordinates, and understanding how the ecliptic is related to seasons on the Earth. Each
of these sections has its own simulator(s). The background material necessary to utilize
these tools is contained in each section.

Celestial Equatorial Coordinates
Work through the introductory material on the page entitled Celestial Equator,
Declination, Right Ascension.


Open either the Flat Sky Map Explorer or the Sky Map Explorer.



Familiarize yourself with the set of features (cursor movement, shifting the map,
decimal/sexagesimal).



Make sure that you understand what each check box does.

Question 1: Note that there is a star at the very top of the map. That’s Polaris. What is
it’s declination?
Question 2: Find the constellation of Taurus as shown in the box below and measure the
right ascension and declination of its brightest stars Elnath and Aldebaran. Note that
Taurus is one of the Zodiac constellations.
RA
DEC

RA
DEC

The Sky

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Name: ______________________________ Date: ________________Period: _______
Basic Coordinates & Seasons
Question 3: Right ascension starts from the celestial meridian and increases as it goes
East. Knowing that, which direction (right or left) is East on this map?

Question 4: Complete the following table of positions on the ecliptic.
Ecliptic Location

Approximate Date

Vernal Equinox

March 21

Summer Solstice

Right Ascension

Declination

June 21

Autumnal Equinox
December 21
Question 5: What does the shape of the ecliptic look like on the flat sky map? What is
the range of declination values of the ecliptic? If…...

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