Name the constellation visible in winter season?


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2009-07-23 04:22:57
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There are more than 40 visible constellations during Winter.

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Orion is the name of the most prominent constellation in the night sky, visible throughout the northern hemisphere's winter months.

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.

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

I can only presume you mean the constellation Delp(h)inus.not Delpinas. Delphinus,a constellation visible in the Northern Hemisphere is known as the Dolphin as Delphinus is the Latin name for that mammal

The Seven Sisters are found in the constellation of Taurus. Another name for this highly visible open star cluster is Pleiades.

The star constellation on the Australian flag is the Southern Cross. It is visible in the Southern Hemisphere and to latitudes south of 30 degrees in the Northern Hemisphere.

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That is Orion, a large, beautiful and easily recognized constellation.~Horse isle answer - Orion.HighlandClan,, Bay.

Gemini. Its name is Latin for "twins", and it is associated with the twins Castor and Pollux in Greek mythology.

"Castor" is the name that people have given to one of the first magnitude stars visible from the northern Hemisphere, in the constellation of Gemini.

The Latin word for season, or seasoning, such as for food is "condumentum" The word for the season of the year is "tempus" used with the name of the season, such as "tempus hibernum" for winter. This literally means "the time of winter".

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Gemini is a constellation of the zodiac. An alternate name for this constellation is the twins or Castor and Pollux.

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If you live in the Northern Hemisphere (the top part of a conventional globe), Orion is the most famous winter constellation.If you live in the Southern Hemisphere (the bottom part of a conventional globe), Aquila is a particularly bright winter constellation that should be easy to find.*Visible constellations for the Southern and Northern hemispheres are different because the Earth is round. Imagine yourself standing at the North Pole and looking up: You'd be able to see stars that were directly above you, and a few that were off to the side all around. However, you wouldn't be able to see any stars that would be above the South pole (which is directly under your feet on the opposite side of the Earth).*

The 'wet season' and 'dry season.' In Australia, the wet season roughly corresponds to summer in the temperate regions of the country, and the dry season to winter.

There is no other common name for constellation. (The term "sign" is related, but it is not the same.)

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The boy tried to name every constellation in the night sky.The name for a constellation can be different in any given language.

The Orion telescopes are named after the constellation with the same name, the Orion constellation. The Orion constellation is named after the hunter in Greek mythology also with the same name, Orion.

Send me an exact time and direction, and I will send you the name of the constellation(s). There are many around the sky at your location just after sunset, but the sky is still very bright at that time. Among the constellations that are there and probably not visible are: Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces, Andromeda, Libra, Scorpius and of course Ursa Major.

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