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Taurus

Taurus

Orion constellation map - Сазвежђе — Википедија, слободна енциклопедија

Orion constellation map - Сазвежђе — Википедија, слободна енциклопедија

Canis Major is a constellation in the southern sky. Its name means “the greater dog” in Latin and it represents the bigger dog following Orion, the mythical hunter.  The smaller dog is represented by the neighboring constellation Canis Minor.

Canis Major is a constellation in the southern sky. Its name means “the greater dog” in Latin and it represents the bigger dog following Orion, the mythical hunter. The smaller dog is represented by the neighboring constellation Canis Minor.

Alpha Pegasi (α Peg, α Pegasi) is the third brightest star in the constellation Pegasus and one of the four stars in the asterism known as the Great Square of Pegasus.  Diagram showing star positions and boundaries of the Pegasus constellation and its surroundings. en.wikipedia.org

Alpha Pegasi (α Peg, α Pegasi) is the third brightest star in the constellation Pegasus and one of the four stars in the asterism known as the Great Square of Pegasus. Diagram showing star positions and boundaries of the Pegasus constellation and its surroundings. en.wikipedia.org

hydra constellation symbol - Google Search

hydra constellation symbol - Google Search

Andromeda

Andromeda

Camelopardalis (Jirafa)

Camelopardalis (Jirafa)

Boötes constellation lies in the northern hemisphere. Its name comes from the Greek word Βοώτης, Boōtēs, which means ox driver, plowman, or herdsman.  The correct pronunciation is /boʊˈoʊtɨs/, with each ‘o’ pronounced separately and stress on the second syllable.

Boötes constellation lies in the northern hemisphere. Its name comes from the Greek word Βοώτης, Boōtēs, which means ox driver, plowman, or herdsman. The correct pronunciation is /boʊˈoʊtɨs/, with each ‘o’ pronounced separately and stress on the second syllable.

This depiction of the constellation Cancer (the Crab) is taken from the Celestial Atlas by Alexander Jamieson - 1822.  The identification of Cancer as a crab is rooted in the Twelve Labors of Hercules tale. Hercules battled the multi-headed Lernaean Hydra and Hera had sent a large crab to distract Hercules and put him at a disadvantage during the battle. But Hercules quickly dispatched the creature by kicking it with such force that it was propelled into the sky.

This depiction of the constellation Cancer (the Crab) is taken from the Celestial Atlas by Alexander Jamieson - 1822. The identification of Cancer as a crab is rooted in the Twelve Labors of Hercules tale. Hercules battled the multi-headed Lernaean Hydra and Hera had sent a large crab to distract Hercules and put him at a disadvantage during the battle. But Hercules quickly dispatched the creature by kicking it with such force that it was propelled into the sky.

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