Why are different constellations of stars seen during different seasons?
A Earth is on a different side of the sun during each season.
B Seasonal changes in the magnetic poles create the northern lights, which block the view.
C The Milky Way revolves to a different position with each season.
D Constellations move around the sun during different seasons.

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2014-05-20T21:05:07+08:00
The answer to this is letter D :) 
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