Learn all about the Perseus constellation and its origins
Where is the Perseus constellation located
In October and November Perseus will be visible low on the horizon in the north-east around 8pm, by 3 am the constellation will be directly overhead before moving toward the north-western horizon
In December and January it will be visible in the eastern night sky around 6pm, moving higher in the sky eventually moving directly overhead around 10pm, then reaching the north-western horizon before daybreak.
In February and March the constellation will first appear overhead around 7pm, moving toward the north-western horizon as the night moves on.