It is known that the height of the Sun above the horizon depends on the movement of the observer along the meridian. What interpretation of this phenomenon was given by the ancient Greek astronomer Anaxagoras, based on the concept of a flat earth?
The apparent movement of the Sun over the horizon was interpreted as parallax displacement, and therefore was used to try to determine the distance to the star.
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