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If two observers in the Northern Hemisphere are 500 miles apart but are at the same latitude, which of these statements will be true? A. Polaris will be seen by both observers at the same
azimuth. B. Polaris' altitude will appear to be the same for both observers. C. The observer farthest to the east will see Polaris set (i.e., move down to the horizon) before the other observer. D. Polaris will be seen at the zenith by the observer farthest to the east before the other observer sees it at the zenith.
B. Polaris' altitude will appear to be the same for both observers.
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