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SHIMLA  AND LUDHIANA ARE ALMOST  AT THE SAME DISTANCE FROM  THE EQUATOR .
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A group of stars that form imaginary shapes in the night sky is called a contellation

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How does Earth move in a particular direction ?

Once a planet is in orbit, Gravity pulls the Earth in, and centrifugal force holds it out. The centrifugal force on the Earth is just a result of the Earth moving in a curved path ...

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