We all know that the Moon rotates around the Earth, and the Earth also rotates to a lesser extent around the Moon. It is also true that the center of this rotation is the center of the Earth. If this is true, however, what does the Moon's path look like to someone looking from the North Pole? Just imagining it in my head, I would think that the Moon would not appear to be moving but I'm not 100% sure. Anyone have any ideas?