The two brightest stars in the northern hemisphere of the sky are Vega (a = 18h34M) and Capella (a = 5h10m).

The two brightest stars in the northern hemisphere of the sky are Vega (a = 18h34M) and Capella (a = 5h10m). In which side of the sky (in the western or eastern) and at what hour angle are they at the moment of the upper culmination of the vernal equinox point? At the moment of the lower climax of the same point?

In the western (5CH26M) and in the eastern (18h50m); in the east (17CH26M) and in the west (6h50m).

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