Mainly during the night, why do the constellations of stars appear at different positions in the sky at different times?

Options :
  1. Because Earth rotates about its axis.
  2. Because Earth revolves round the Sun.
  3. Because of optical illusion.
  4. Because celestial bodies are changing their positions all the time.

Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 1


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