Constellations

How many constellations in the Earth?

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There are no constellations in the Earth. They are in space. There are 88 official constellations.

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There are 88 official constellations, all of which are visible from Earth, but not from every location.


There are 88 "official" constellations recognized by the International Astronomical Union, the body that decides such things.


The earth's position has no affect on constellations' visibility. The position of the viewer on the surface of the earth will affect what constellations are visible.


Earth revolves around the sun. That is why the constellations we see from Earth appear to change.


All of them are. The constellations were all invented by human beings, on Earth. None were invented that can't be seen from Earth.


Due to the revolution of the earth, certain constellations can be seen at specific times, depending on the position of the earth.


Because the planets are closer to the earth than the star that make the constellations are. They are also orbiting the sun along with the earth.


They don't. Earth does.


They don't affect the Earth. Not at all...


2 constellations with 5 stars are Cassiopeia & Cepheus.


No. Constellations are arrangements of stars that appear to form pictures.


As earth orbits the sun, different constellations come into view while others disappear. Circumpolar constellations are visible all year long, other constellations are not.


No. The stars of the constellations are many light yearsfrom Earth. Pluto is only about 5½ light hours from Earth.


(circumpolar - our view of the constellation on Earth) Constellations are circumpolar because they are only how we view them on Earth. The constellations would be different on another planet or at another viewing point. They are circumpolar since they are at different distances in relation to each other and to the Earth.


THE CONSTELLATIONS DON'T MOVE. THE EARTH DOES AND THAT IS WHY WE HUMANS THINK IT'S MOVING WHEN THEY ARE NOT.


The constellations appear to move across the sky due to the rotation of the Earth.


Their are 88 constellations in the sky.


There are 88 constellations to be known by scientists.


From our perspective, the sun moves through the zodiacal constellations, not Earth. But that takes approximately one year - since their are 12 constellations of the zodiac - one for each month.


None. Many stars make up constellations.


the earth orbits around the sun, in winter, the earth on one side of the sun, while in summer, the earth is on the other side. therefore, the night sky faces a different direction in winter than summer, which is why the constellations are different


The constellations are not on Earth. They are made of stars. Lots of stars. Could you fit lots of gigantic balls of plasma on Earth? Nope. So the answer is zero.


There are 88 named constellations.


there are 88 constellations known by scientists




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