In the azimuthaltitude coordinate system, what is true about the location of Polaris? A) It's always directly above your head. B) Its altitude depends only on
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In the azimuthaltitude coordinate system, what is true about the location of Polaris?
A) It's always directly above your head.
B) Its altitude depends only on the azimuth.
C) Its altitude depends on the observer's latitude.
D) Its altitude remains constant regardless of your location.
A) It's always directly above your head.
B) Its altitude depends only on the azimuth.
C) Its altitude depends on the observer's latitude.
D) Its altitude remains constant regardless of your location.
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1. User Answers Hagrid
The answer to the question what is true about the location of Polaris in the azimuthaltitude coordinate system, it is the letter "C" which is "Its altitude depends on the observer's altitude." For example, if the observer is in the equator, observer's altitude is zero and then the Polaris altitude is also zero.