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Avoiding the obvious Orion, December’s constellation of the month is the wonderful Taurus, the bull. Click for printable map http://www.hawastsoc.org/deepsky/tau/tau.htm Myth Taurus is one of the oldest zodiacal constellations. According […]Continue Reading »
High in the south at midnight in November is the wonderful constellation of Andromeda. Look for it almost directly above you towards the South at around midnight during November. Click […]Continue Reading »
The constellation of Perseus is about 60 degrees high, and still rising, at about 21:00 GMT in mid November. This can mean that some objects in this constellation, especially with […]Continue Reading »
The constellation of Cassiopeia rises to considerable altitudes during the course of October evenings. There are a very large number of star clusters in this constellation that are easily visible […]Continue Reading »
The constellation of Capricorn, dim and indistinct in light polluted skies, due to its low altitude, reaches its highest elevation above our horizon in mid September at about 22:30 BST. […]Continue Reading »
The constellation of Delphinus, the Dolphin, reaches its highest point in our skies, due south, at about midnight in the middle of August. Although the individual stars are fairly faint, […]Continue Reading »