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In modern astronomy, a constellation is a specific area of the celestial sphere as defined by the ... Colloquial usage does not draw a sharp distinction between " constellation" in the sens...

Constellations - Windows to the Universe

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Constellations are formed of bright stars which appear close to each other on the sky, but are really far apart in space. The shapes you see all depend on your ...

Star Facts: The Basics of Star Names and Stellar Evolution

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Dec 16, 2014 ... Learn how stars form, how stars and constellations are named, what ... Objects smaller than a tenth of a solar mass do not have enough ...

SkyTellers - Constellations - About Constellations

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May 21, 2007 ... A constellation is a group of stars that appears to form a pattern or picture like Orion the Great .... Why Do Most Stars and Constellations Move?

What are constellations used for? (Intermediate) - Curious About ...

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Jun 27, 2015 ... People have used constellations for many different reasons. ... The stars allowed farmers to plan ahead and form agriculture, and constellations made it easier to recognize and interpret the patterns in ... Does the Moon rotate?

Star Constellations - Facts About Constellations | Solarsystemquick ...

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A simple definition of a constellation is a group of stars which form a pattern in the ... Stars do not stay fixed in the night sky, as the Earth rotates they change ...

Constellations: Frequently Asked Questions

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Are there obsolete constellations? Where do individual star names come from? ... These 48 formed the basis for our modern constellation system. Over the years ...

What are Constellations? - Las Cumbres Observatory Global ...

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Away from city lights on a clear, moonless night, the naked eye can see 2000- 3000 stars. As you look at these stars, your mind may group them into different ...

Teacher's Science Background: Constellation Q&As - Amazing Space

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What are constellations? Constellations are “pictures” in the sky that ancient astronomers perceived .... Betelgeuse (the star in the upper left “corner” of the trapezoid formed by the bright stars) and ... Do other cultures also have constellations?

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May 12, 2010 ... 'Constellation Stories - Stars and Constellations' with Jane Houston Jones at ... of celestial bodies, usually stars, which appear to form a pattern in the sky. .... science nor religion can truely explain although bout try to do so.
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What Are Constellations?

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So just what are these constellations you keep hearing about? ... for remembering the stars, but why would people want to do that (besides astronomers, that is)?

What are constellations? - StarChild - Nasa

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As time passed, the sky became filled with constellations, many of which ... Constellations have imaginary boundaries formed by "connecting the dots" and all ...

Constellations

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Today, astromers have divided the sky into 88 sections we call constellations, ... the stars form look about the same as they did when the constellations were first ...