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There are many correct answers to this one. There are 12 constellations that are around the ecliptic, or the "celestial equator". We call these the "signs of the Zodiac".

Pick any two constellations that are 6 apart; those two constellations will not be in the sky together. For example, Capricorn and Cancer, or Aquarius and Leo.

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