When the Sun Goes down over the Horizon We Say It?

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When the sun goes down over the horizon, we say that it is setting. This should not be confused with sitting, which is what we do on a chair. The noun form of the sun's action is 'sunset'.
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Sets. Hence, the term "sunset.
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Because we are referencing our realm. To us, the sun as it rises is entering our perceptions, moving to where we can sense it -- coming nearer. Conversely, as it sets, (who invented
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Answer We say it is 'rising', but this is apparent motion, and not true motion. The same is true for the rising and setting of the moon and fixed stars. There is another spectacular
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