A constellation is a group of stars that are unrelated to each other a drawing imaginary.They are 88 constellations in the sky.Scientists, as they were putting discovered constellations names as if they seeemed a some…
These are some of the constellations of the 88 there are:These are the constellations that are visible in our country.Andromeda, Antlia, Aquarius, Aquila, Aries, Auriga, Bootes, Caelum, Camelopardalis, Cancer, Canes Venataci, Canis major, Canis minor, Capricornus, Cassipoeia, Centaurus, Cepheus, Cetus, Columba, Coma berenices, Corona australis, Corona Baoralis, Corvus, Crater, Cygnus, Delphinus, Draco, Equuleus, Eridanus, Fornacs, Geminis, Hercules, Hydra, Lacerta, Leo, Leo minor, Lepus, Libra, Lupus, Linx, Lira, Microscopium, Monoceros, Ophiuchus, Orion, Pegasus, Perseus, Pisces, Piscis austrinus, Puppis, Pyxis, Sagitta, Sagittarius, Scorpius, Sculptor, Scutum, Serpens, Sextans, Taurus, Triangulum, Ursa major, Ursa minor, Virgo and Vulpecula.
These are the constellations that are visible in our country.Apus, Ara, Carina, Chamaleon, Circinus, Crux, Dorado, Grux, Horologium, Hydrus, Indus, Mensa, Musca, Norma, Octans, Pavo, Phoenix, Pictor, Reticulum, Telescopium, Triangulum australa, Tucana, Vela and Volans.As you can see we can see most of the constellations in the sky.
Although we see, for example the stars of the Big Dipper all aligned in the same plane and close to each other, in reality there are distances of light years between them.
The circompolars constellations are constellations that are visible all year, but there are others who are not, that is who are only a certain time of year, for example, Orion is a constellation winter, while SAGITTARIUS swan or are constellations of summer. Every year the same constellations visible at the same times, same places in the sky.
Each sign of the horoscope is a constellation in the sky, horoscope constellations they are: Capricorn, Leo, Cancer, Aries, Libra, Piscis, Tauro, Virgo, Geminis, Aquario, Escorpion and Sagitario.Constellation usually we see the sky has nothing to do with his name.
Johannes Bayer assigned the Greek letter of the alphabet in each constellations brightest star in the letters alpha, the second brightest point of each constellation BETA, the third brightest RANGE succecivament so.Some say that the sun belongs to a constellation, probably true, but as we are in the solar system we know some do not and neither do we.