How do you find the Perseus constellation?


The Perseus Constellation can be found by looking at the right time. You need to look to the northeast part of the sky around midnight. Usually, this constellation can be found in the summer rather than the winter.
Q&A Related to "How do you find the Perseus constellation?"
1. Examine the star map and note that the constellation Perseus is north of the zodiac belt of constellations. It sits between Aries and Taurus. The Pleiades reside just below Perseus
These constellations border Perseus: Aries. Taurus. Auriga. Camelopardalis. Cassiopeia. Andromeda. Triangulum.
The constellation Perseus is often nicknamed "The Hero" in
The constellation Perseus is found during the winter in the Northern Hemisphere, and during the summer in the Southern Hemisphere. What makes this star so special is that it winks
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Perseus (The Rescuer of Andromeda)
His quest was to bring back the head of Medusa, not knowing her whereabouts he went to the three sisters of Polydectes, who were blind and shared a glass eye. They refused to help him until he stole the eye and would not return it until they told him...
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