The NASA Star Finder charts are constructed based on the visible night sky at 34° N latitude, about as far north of the equator as Los Angeles, California. Will the constellations on the Star Finder chart shift in the sky if you observe the night sky from further south?(1 point)
No, the location of the stars in the sky is fixed
Yes, they will shift north.
Yes, they will shift south.
No, the motion of Earth cancels out with the motions of stars.