As long a mankind has been on this earth, it has watched how the stars move in a regular pattern. At first mankind thought that the sky moves round the earth once a day.
In the end, it was realised that:
THE EARTH IS ROUND AND TURNS ON AN AXLE DAILY, AND ORBITS THE SUN ONCE A YEAR.
That is why I want to anticipate:
ALWAYS WHEN IT APPEARED THAT THE STARS IN THE SKY HAD MOVED; IT WAS ALWAYS THE EARTH THAT MOVED.
That is by the daily rotation, and also by the yearly revolution and, presumably will be by every orbit.
just like to add a little maths experiment:
That means that the starry sky would have moved one second per arc in approximately 170 years.
It is my opinion that if this data were correct, we would miss this small movement of the sun.
IN REALITY THE STARRY SKY HAS MOVED ALMOST 30° IN APPROXIMATELY 2200 YEARS.