Pluto will be in conjunction with the Sun on December 31, and Kwavar (a dwarf planet located beyond the orbit of Neptune) on December 16. Estimate the angular distance not between Pluto and Kwavar.
Both Pluto and Kwavar are very far from the Sun and move extremely slowly across the sky (3 points). The Sun moves much faster, so the 15-day difference between the two conjunctions (the moments when the Sun and Pluto / Kwavar were in the same place in the sky) means that the Sun I had to travel 15 days from Pluto to Kwavar (2 points). During these 15 days, the Sun will pass through the sky about 15◦ (because in 1 year – 365 days – the Sun passes 360◦)
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