the big dipper is ursa major and i believe that would make the little dipper ursa minor
the little dipper!
Ursa Minor is a constellation not a star
The Big Dipper is part of the Ursa Major.The Little Dipper is part of the Ursa Minor.
A smaller and much more advanced version of the idiot box on top of ones lap.
Polaris is the name witch is located in Ursa Minor
No, it is in Ursa Minor.
Ursa Minor and Ursa Major are constellations in sky that are in shape of a bear, Caesar's bear. Google Ursa minor
Yes, it's the alpha-star in Ursa Minor.
An old folk tale, Ursa Minor means "Little Bear"
There are seven major stars in Ursa Minor
The Little Bear or The Little Dipper
Ursa Minor, the "little bear".
"Ursa Minor", the Small Bear.
Ursa Major means "Big Bear" Ursa means Bear, and Major means large. Ursa Minor means Ursa as in Bear and minor as in small. These names either came from the Greeks. In the U.S.A., Ursa Minor and Ursa Major are Little Dipper and Big Dipper.The Greeks looked at the two and said, "Those stars look like a little bear and a big bear" That's how Ursa Major and Ursa Minor got there name. Now, people in the U.S.A. thought that the Ursa Major and Ursa Minor looked like dippers. Scientists call them Ursa Major and Ursa Minor, I personally call them Ursa Major and Ursa Minor, but some children and adults call them Little Dipper and Big Dipper and that's how they got there name.Who discovered the Ursa Major?AnswerThe Ursa Major was known to astronomers before the medieval period,therefore the exact person is unknown.This is known as the ancient Indians called it "The Saptarishi"(Seven Saints,namely Kritu,Pulah,Pulatsya,Atri,Angira,Vashishtha,and Mareech)and believed that the sages had been grouped together.
The dippers are more properly known as asterisms. The constellations of which each is a part are known as Ursa Minor and Ursa Major, respectively.
Ursa Major or big dipper (Great Bear) and Ursa Minor or little dipper (Little Bear)
you are able to see Ursa Minor wel all year round.
Polaris is the brightest star in Ursa minor but that does not necessarily mean that it is the biggest.
Ursa major and Ursa minor.
Ursa Major and Ursa Minor.