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Do the constellations visible in the sky at a particular time of night (say, 9 p. m. ) follow a seasonal pattern?



No; the same constellations are visible at 9 p. m.  on any clear night of the year.



No; as the year progresses, the constellations visible at 9 p. m.  are the same but their shapes change.



Yes; at 9 p. m.  on a clear winter night, ALL of the constellations you can see are different from the ones that appear at the same time on a summer night.



Yes; at 9 p. m.  on a summer night, MOST of the constellations you can see are different from those you can see on a winter night.  Some constellations are visible all year long.

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