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Where is the north celestial pole located? A. directly above the geographic North Pole, where space begins B. directly above the geographic South Pole, where space begins C. directly above the
geographic North Pole, on the celestial sphere D. directly above the geographic South Pole, on the celestial sphere
The north celestial pole is located directly above the geographic North Pole, on the celestial sphere.
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