posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 09:46 PM
The Sun does not belong to any constellation. This is because our Earth goes around the Sun. As a result, the Sun moves in the sky relative to the
Trying to make sense of this. Because our planet orbits our star, our star can't be a part of a constellation? Not logical. And then, the sun
moves relative to other stars, (roger that!), but the implication is this is a result of earth orbiting the sun???? It doesn't compute.
It makes perfect sense.
Ok, a constellation is an imaginary image formed by stars. They really don't make a picture. They are not related to each other in any way. Seeing
patterns in noise is one of those things you get with a stochastic processing system such as you have for vision.
That said, by definition, a constellation is an image formed by stars. When the Sun's up, you're not only not going to SEE any other stars, but if you
could, the Sun would be wheeling through the entire sky as the day progressed. Thus it would not be part of any fixed set of stars forming an
Their statement is made from the point of view of someone on Earth, and it's true, unless you want to make up a single star constellation called "The
Eye of Sauron" or something, and have the Sun be that.
From the sensor-point of the EePOrkians, Sol is a fixed star in their sky, and it's a bright dropping from the cloaca of Zarphus.
6-11-2013 by Bedlam because: (no reason given)