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What is the difference in declination between the north and south celestial poles?A.0°B.60°C.90°D.180°
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User: What is the difference in declination between the north and south celestial poles?A.0°B.60°C.90°D.180°

Weegy: 180 degrees.
littlemisscaitlin|Points 50|

User: When is the Sun's declination 0°? Select all that apply.A.winter solsticeB.vernal equinoxC.summer solsticeD.autumnal equinox

Weegy: This day is known as the Autumnal Equinox.
Expert answered|MrG|Points 1875|

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