Constellations

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Constellations

  1. 1. A group of stars that form a pattern
  2. 2.  Thereare a total 88 constellations in the sky but many of them are visible from only the southern hemisphere
  3. 3. a well-known cross-shaped southern hemisphere constellation. the smallest of the 88 modern constellations Shows the south pole
  4. 4.  a group of seven bright stars Forms pattern of a handle and a bowl Shows the North pole
  5. 5.  Actually the tail section of the Ursa Major TheGreat Bear, which is a very large constellation that outlines the shape of a bear
  6. 6.  Big Dipper and Southern Cross can be seen between April and June
  7. 7.  Contain many bright starsA large constellation located in the southern hemispehere Can be seen clearly with its head, long body tail and stinger between June and August
  8. 8.  Is also known as ‘The Hunter’ Canbe seen clearly as a hunter with a belt and sword between December and February
  9. 9.  Show directions Indicate the time to plant crops Indicate the time to harvest crops

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