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modify delete 15529 - from Eve , 10 y.o. (GBR) - 2012-04-06
Astronomer : "star trouble"

There is the pole star isn't there? Well... I am confused because some people say it is the north star!

Are they both the same?
Are there any zodiac signs connected to it?
A unsolved mystery?


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modify delete 19182 - Reply from sachal (PAK) - 2012-10-26

well the pole star is located in the northern hemisphere just right above the north pole so that's why some people call it the north star

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modify delete 16247 - Reply from Casey , 15 y.o. (USA) - 2012-05-19

The pole star and the North star are the same. You see, it is lined up exactly with the North pole. This star is called polaris and is attached to the constellation Ursa Minor, or the Little Dipper as most people call it. You can read the legend on http://www.comfychair.org/~cmbell/myth/ursa_minor.html.




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