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**Flat Earth Theory / Re: Moon and Stars**

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The observer on Earth starts out with the Moon to his East, and that observer moves around 180 degrees in 12 hours approx.

The Moon completes around 12 degrees of its rotation each day, so in that 12 hours it will move around 6 degrees around the Earth.

In approximate terms, this is how it moves across the observer's sky from E to W; do you see how it starts in the observer's E, and ends up in his W?

The Moon completes around 12 degrees of its rotation each day, so in that 12 hours it will move around 6 degrees around the Earth.

In approximate terms, this is how it moves across the observer's sky from E to W; do you see how it starts in the observer's E, and ends up in his W?