Can Flat-Earthers give an intelligent answer to this question?

How can observers in both Australia and Brazil both have to look to the South on the same night at the exact same time to see the constellation "Southern Cross"? If Flat Earth is true and observers in Australia look to the South, wouldn't observers in Brazil have to be looking to the North? But, no,... show more How can observers in both Australia and Brazil both have to look to the South on the same night at the exact same time to see the constellation "Southern Cross"?

If Flat Earth is true and observers in Australia look to the South, wouldn't observers in Brazil have to be looking to the North? But, no, both observers need to be looking to the South to see the "Southern Cross".

How do Flat-Earthers explain that?
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