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.
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Answer: Option 4

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