Where Does the Sun Go at Night?

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The earth revolves in an orbit around the Sun. The sun is stationary and does not move, when it sets, the earth is what has changed positions such that the sun is not visible from a particular place.
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The sun itself does not go anywhere. The sun remains stationary as the Earth orbits around it. What causes the night is the Earth revolving around it axis. Every 24 hours the Earth
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The Sun doesn't go anywhere; it sits there in the middle of the solar system. The
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Andrea, The Sun really doesn't go anywhere, but only appears to move across our sky as the Earth rotates on it's axis every 23 hours and 56 minutes. As the Earth rotates from East
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Where does the sun go? do you mean at night and stuff? ok well, just saying the sun doesnt move. the earth moves on its axis causing it to rotate AROUND the sun not the sun rotating
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The Sun doesn't actually go anywhere at night. As the Earth orbits the Sun, it also turns, and a different section of the Earth faces the Sun during different parts of the day.
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