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Scorpio Constellation, The Scorpion

Like its nearby neighbor Sagittarius, the constellation Scorpio never rises far above the southern horizon of skygazer in the Northern Hemisphere. The…

Sagittarius Constellation, The Archer

Sagittarius is the ninth sign of the zodiac. Because this constellation is located low in the sky, it is best viewed where…

Bootes Constellation, The Herdsman or Plowman

The constellation Bootes is easily visible. Simply look down from the tail of the Big Dipper. Bootes looks like a giant kite…

Facts about Constellation Virgo, The Virgin

Constellation Virgo is located in the southern hemisphere. It is the second largest constellation in the sky, smaller only than Hydra. Virgo…

Andromeda Constellation Facts

The constellation Andromeda is attached to one of the four corners of the great square of Pegasus. As such, both the Andromeda…

Constellation Leo, The Lion

Leo is one of the larger constellations in the northern hemisphere and it does resemble a crouching lion, hence the absence of…

Gemini Constellation Facts, The Twins

Gemini is the third sign of the zodiac. The Gemini constellation is easy to see because its stars form an almost perfectly…

Constellation Canis Major, The Great Dog

Constellation Canis Major, The Great Dog: The constellation of the Great Dog is better known by its Latin name Canis Major. The…

Taurus Constellation Facts – The Bull

At the core of the constellation Taurus is a small “V” formed by five stars. One unique feature of these stars is…

Orion Constellation, The Hunter

The Orion Constellation is of particular interest to many backyard astronomers. It includes some of the sky’s brightest stars and because Orion is…