How many stars does the Southern Cross have?
There are five stars in the Southern Cross constellation.
A constellation is basically a general direction in the sky - you see a group of relatively bright stars, for example the Southern Cross in the shape of a cross, but any other stars in that direction are also said to be part of the Southern Cross - trillions of stars, most of them not visible with the naked eye.
There are five white, five-pointed stars on the blue representing the constellation the Southern Cross, which is a prominent constellation of the southern hemisphere. The five stars symbolize the constellation the Southern Cross, representing the stars Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Epsilon, which is smaller because it doesn't shine as brightly as the other stars in the constellation. The cross represents Samoa's geographical position in the world and its link to New Zealand, which also…