What Does the Southern Cross Look like?

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The Southern Cross looks like a 4 stars that is when connected form a cross. It is composed of four foremost stars and one minor star, and is perceptible throughout the southern hemisphere and the lower latitudes of the northern hemisphere. Southern Cross is found in the southern region of the night sky and it is the smallest of the 88 modern constellations.
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It is a grouping of 4 stars found in the southern night sky. It is one of the most common constellations. The aboriginal people found these stars to be of great importance. Look here
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1. Purchase a planisphere made especially for the Southern Hemisphere and find the Southern Cross on it. Be sure to locate "The Pointers" (alpha and beta Centauri) as well
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The Southern Cross is a constellation in the southern region of the night
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