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In astronomy which constellations are visible in winter fall and spring?

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2011-09-12 22:57:50
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All of them - just about. Too many to name.

My favourite winter constellation (in the north) is Orion. I don't feel winter has started until I see it.

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Lots of constellations are visible during the winter months. About half of the constellations are above the horizon, and therefore usually visible, at any given moment. What constellations are visible would also depend on whether you live north or south of the equator (this affects the definition of "winter"), on the specific month, and the time of night.



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If you're in the Northern hemisphere it's visible from the Winter through to the Spring, in the Southern hemisphere however it's visible only in the spring.


The red giant star Betelgeuse is the bright reddish star at the "shoulder" of Orion, the Hunter. Orion is one of the most distinctive constellations in the winter sky, and is easily visible in the winter and early spring. In this season, Orion is setting as the Sun goes down, and it will not be especially visible until the late fall again, when it will rise at sunset.


It starts to be visible in the northern hemisphere's autumn, but it isn't really properly visible until winter arrives. It is then visible throughout the winter before disappearing in early spring.


The Big and Little Dippers can be seen usually every night, although are much brighter in the Winter.


There are handful of constellations thought of as "Winter constellations" - you would have to specify the name of the constellation.


Because the constellations that are visible during winter are on the other side of the sun during the summer. During the year the earth spins around the sun like a big satellite. So while the earth is constantly moving, the distance that the stars are away from us cause them to look stationary from our point of view some constellations can only be seen a few months out of the year.


Leo the Lion is visible in the fall, winter and spring night sky. It's behind the sun in August (or late summer)



As Earth orbits the sun - it takes one year to get around it - we see different parts of space and different patterns of stars, as Earth turns away from the sun every night. The constellations we see on a night in summer, are behind the Sun during the winter.


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No, or at least not in most cases. At the poles you see the same constellations in winter or summer, and except for very close to the equator you can see some of the same constellations (the ones near the celestial poles) in both summer and winter.


Spring, Summer, Autumn (fall in USA), Winter.Therefore, Spring comes after Winter.


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