Due to which of the following reasons is the Pole Star always seen at one point in the sky whereas other stars are not?

Options :
  1. Pole Star rotates with the same period as the earth.
  2. Pole Star is a star of our own galaxy.
  3. Sun and Pole Star are in two opposite directions relative to earth.
  4. Pole Star lies in the axis of spin of the earth.
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 4

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