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Orion (constellation) - Wikipedia

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Orion is a prominent constellation located on the celestial equator and visible throughout the ... Because Orion rises before Sirius, the star whose heliacal rising was the basis for the Solar Egypt...

Planetarium :: The Night Sky

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We see constellations at different times of the year - spring, summer, fall, & winter. This occurs because the Earth is orbiting the Sun. In winter, we see the ...

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Dec 3, 2012 ... Summer and winter constellations are different because. the night sky faces in opposite directions in summer and winter. Advertisement ).

The Winter Constellations

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The Winter Constellations. The Constellation Home Page from The American Association of Amateur Astronomers.

Will winter and summer constellations change due to abnormal ...

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Jun 27, 2015 ... There are "summer" and "winter" constellations. ... because of an unusually warm winter or an unusually cold summer. ... is 20 degrees colder, the constellations that are visible during different parts of the year will not change.

The Reasons for the Seasons

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Besides, we have summer in North America when it is winter in South ... When it is summer in North America, that is because the North Pole and the rest of the ... an change in the sky during different seasons: the constellations seem to move.

Why do we have “seasonal” constellations? - Lie Back, Look Up

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Sep 10, 2012 ... You might also be wondering why we see different constellations each ... to see the winter constellations during the daytime in the summer (and vice versa). Because the Earth changes position around the sun throughout the ...

OBSERVING THE NIGHT SKY

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In the first 3 or 4 months of the year we see the winter constellations which include ... a star in Taurus) it would look very different from the way we see it from Earth. Some stars appear bright in our sky because they are close to us, others may ... the winter and summer night skies ans a list of the northern constellations in ...

Why the Night Sky Changes With the Seasons - Space.com

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Feb 10, 2011 ... During balmy summer evenings it is not Orion, but the stars of Scorpius, the Scorpion, that dominate the southern sky. ... circling and setting, because the Earth does not simply stand in the same spot in space and ... Why Winter Days Grow Longer Before Spring ... Orion Constellation: Facts About the Hunter.

What are the summer and winter constellations from the star wheel ...

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Note: this answer is written from a northern hemisphere perspective. Some details would ... Constellations ... There are different versions for different latitudes.