Constellations

Information on constellations

Contellations are stars in the sky that make a certian design or shape and each and every contellation has it's own story. Constellations change over the seasons it will always depend on the season because the eath movessideways toward the constellations.
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Constellations were first discovered around 1798-1800. At least seven constellations can be found in the Northern Hemisphere. Most of the constellations depend on what season it is.
Sometimes constellations are not easy to see because there are so much stars in the sky.But it all depends on where your looking. Some of the constellations are Big dipper,Little dipper,Cassiopeia,Hercules,Orion and Zodiac. Some constellations are named after animals and people.

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