Greensboro, NC -- Fifth Grader Matthew Wood asked the question, "Why do the constellations look different throughout the seasons?"
2 Wants To Know went to the Greensboro Science Center. Roger Joyner took us inside the Omnisphere to explain.
"It all has to do with the fact that the earth revovles around the sun. It takes one year, 365 days for it to go around once. So think of it this way, each night the earth point you in a slightly different direction as we go around. Each night those constellations shift a little bit."
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