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Be able to identify 5 constellations
 
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List of constellations
Each culture has its own constellations, usually based on mythology. This article covers the 88 constellations used in modern astronomy, which properly speaking are not patterns of stars, as in the common use of the word, but areas of the sky. The ancient Babylonians, and later the Greeks (as recorded by Ptolemy), established most of the northern constellations in international use today.
This description uses material from the Wikipedia article on List of constellations and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License (view authors).




 

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Note added by Sarah Gregory. 5 years ago
Orion

We saw Orion's Belt very clearly when we were in Spain and we made out the other stars forming the constellation.
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Note added by Sophie Jeffs. 6 years ago
Orion's belt
The Big dipper
Cassiopeia
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Note added by Taylor May C. 7 years ago
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When I can do this I can wow my Dad when I visit and use his fancy new telescope, which is so big that he's had to move it into a room all by itself! Also I will always know which way is North, when I can identify the Plough/Big Dipper.
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