Can You Name These Constellations?
This was probably the first constellation you learned to spot as a kid:
- Big Dipper
The pointer stars in the Big Dipper point to this powerful constellation:
This one is fairly easy to spot - especially right after sunset in the West:
This constellation is part of a bear's tail:
- Little Dipper
- Ursa Major
Also known as "The Queen" of the night sky, this constellation adds beauty to the night:
With a bit of imagination, you can add wings to this constellation!
Deep in the stars, this constellation is actually a crawling crab:
A hunter immortalized in the sky:
This is the biggest constellation in the sky, stretching far across it:
The bright star Spica makes this constellation easy to spot: