multiply 18.6 by 4.8 since per second it travels 18.6 miles then to get the traveled distance simply multiply
the axis of Earth is pointed almost directly at it. During the course of the night, Polaris does not rise or set, but remains in very nearly the same spot above the northern horizon year-round while the other stars circle around it.
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Hot air is less dense so it move up
And cooler air goes down causes a circular movement.
Planet Earth has just enough gravity to hold its atmosphere around it. Earth has a moon. The moon causes the tides to change, making them rise and fall. Earth orbits the Sun in about 365 days to make an Earth year. It rotates every 24 hours to make an Earth day.
The rotation is responsible for what we call Day and Night.
The tilt of the axis influences the Seasons.