Secondary Catalogue

Constellations

Visible Stars

A group of stars which form a pattern is called a constellation. The Ursa Major and Ursa Minor has seven bright stars arranged in the form of a spoon. The Orion has seven bright stars and forms the picture of a hunter. The Scorpius has thirteen bright stars and forms the shape of a scorpion. In the Cassiopeia, there are five prominent stars that, along with other stars, form the image of the Egyptian queen Cassiopeia.

Rating: E
Production Year: 2016
Duration: 4 min
Series: Visible Stars

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