The big dipper is actually part of a larger constellation, Ursa Major. the portion called the big dipper got its name because it resembled a ladle, or 'dipper'
The Big Dipper is not a constellation. It's an asterism (part of a constellation), and it's BIG ! (hence the name).
The big dipper are the seven brightest of the formal constellation Ursa Major.
No, Big dipper is a constellation.
The "Big Dipper" is an asterism in the constellation of Ursa Major.
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The Big Dipper is not a smaller constellation. The Big Dipper is a part of an even larger constellation. The Big Dipper is a part of the Constellation, Ursula Major or Big Bear. It is only part of the Bear. Likewise, the little dipper is part of a larger constellation, Ursula Minor or Little Bear.
true NO NO NO NO NO! My teacher would yell at you. The big dipper is NOT a constellation. The big dipper is a part of Ursa Major, the Big Bear. Therefore, the statement is FALSE. The big dipper is an Asterism, not a Constellation.
No. The Big Dipper is PART of the constellation Big Bear (Ursa Major).
Inside the constellation
Ursa Major, also known as Big Bear, is the constellation wherein the Big Dipper can be found.
While generally thought of as one, the Big Dipper is NOT a constellation. It is an asterism - a group of stars that are part of a constellation. The Big Dipper is part of the constellation Ursa Major (the great bear).
The Big Dipper is part of the Ursa Major constellation.
The big dipper can be found in Ursa Major.
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No. It is only a part of the Big Bear (Ursa Major) constellation. An easily recognizable part of a constellation, like the big dipper, is called an "asterism".
The Big Dipper is NOT a constellation. It's an asterism (part of a constellation). You can see it all year long if you live in the Northern Hemisphere.
The Bid Dipper is not a star, it is a constellation.
yes its real name as a constellation is Ursa Major
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