Zenith distance

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The celestial coordinate system, which serves modern astronomy so well, is firmly grounded in the faulty world-view of the ancients.
The celestial coordinate system will allow students to chart objects in the sky using right ascension and declination, the equivalents of longitude and latitude on Earth.