What constellations are in the sky tonight?


To get to know the constellations that are in the sky on any given night you will have to head out on that night and observe the sky. You may need binoculars for a better view, you will also need a star map and you will need to know how it works.
Q&A Related to "What constellations are in the sky tonight?"
You can find Cassiopeia and the Big Dipper in the northern sky
Ursa Major, also known as the Great Bear is the most famous of all constellations, thanks to its most famous feature, the Big Dipper, which makes up roughly half of the Ursa Major
Orion, Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Andromeda the Pleiades (the 7 sisters) are 5 of the constellations you can see in the winter sky.
A constellation is a group of stars observed in any given part of the sky. Some of best known are the "Big Dipper" (Ursa Major) or Orion, or any of the signs of the zodiac
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You can know which constellations are on any particular night by visiting the hubblesite website. The website provides a monthly stargazing guide that keeps you up to date about constellations, deep sky objects, planets, and events.
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