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What is a prominent constellation that can be seen in Michigan but not in bolivia?

Asked by Deerboy87 (1points) October 27th, 2009

Any major constellation that we can see on this side of the world that can’t be seen in bolivia?

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shockrocks's avatar

Since Bolivia is in the southern hemisphere and Michigan is in the northern… I would assume that it’s the big dipper?

DrasticDreamer's avatar

Is this homework? Most people on Fluther don’t like doing people’s homework for them.

shockrocks's avatar

Is it homework? I’m so naive!!! XD lol

Deerboy87's avatar

Sorry. I have no idea on these questions…

Harp's avatar

Even the Big Dipper and Cassiopeia can be seen for part of the year in Bolivia.

SuperMouse's avatar

@Deerboy87 this sounds like homework. Remember, when you tap The Collective for homework answers you are only cheating yourself. That and ticking off The Collective.

Avishai's avatar

@shockrocks oh, shocksy… what are we going to do with you? first the naked dreams… and now helping this poor child cheat? shame on you! ;)

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Try Physics Help Forums for homework help. But make sure you follow the guidelines. If you don’t show some work, no one will help you.

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