In everyday usage, a constellation is a traditional or recognizable group of stars
in the night sky, ... Colloquial usage does not draw a sharp distinction between "
constellation" in the s...
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 ...
Our friends at the Cable Natural History Museum in Cable, Wisconsin, ask
whether constellations ever break apart or change. To answer this, first let's think
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)?
A constellation is a group of stars that appears to form a pattern or picture like
Orion the Great Hunter, Leo the .... Why Do Most Stars and Constellations Move?
Are there obsolete constellations? Where do individual star names come from? ...
These 48 formed the basis for our modern constellation system. Over the years ...
Jun 27, 2015 ... People have used constellations for many different reasons. ... The stars allowed
farmers to plan ahead and form agriculture, and constellations .... Most of us are
graduate students at Cornell, and all of us do this voluntarily, ...
The patterns of stars seen in the sky are usually called constellations, although
more acurately, a group of stars that forms a pattern in the sky is called an ...
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 ...
Jul 27, 2012 ... Do the constellations—the patterns made by the stars in the night sky—change
over time, and if so, how long have they resembled what we see ...