Draco can be seen all year around, but the best time to spot this constellation is during the month of July. If you are looking north during the summer months, Draco is facing upright, but as the year goes on it slowly flips upside down. You can see Draco year-round in the northern hemisphere. The best viewing for Draco is during July at 80o above the horizon line while looking North.
The constellation Draco cannot be seen anywhere in Queensland, as it is visible only from northern latitudes.
Draco is a constellation that is located in the northern sky. It can be seen year round from the northern hemisphere.
Draco, the constellation, got its name in 1944 and is a mythological name like Orion or The Big Dipper. It is a beautiful constellation but is only seen at high lattitudes.
your moms in the constellation draco
The word "Draco" is Latin for "Dragon" The constellation Draco was discovered by Claudius Ptolemaeus
Draco is a constellation in the northern hemisphere, so the farther north of the equator, the better it can be seen.
Draco, or "The Dragon", is located in the northern sky and is never seen from the southern hemisphere. There are 17 main stars in the constellation.
Draco means dragon and it is the oldest constellation
Draco is a dragon.
The best time to see the constellation Draco is in July around 9 PM local time in the Northern Hemisphere. Draco cannot be seen in the Southern Hemisphere.
Draco is a constellation located in the northern sky. The name Draco means "dragon" in Latin. The constellation originated in Greek mythology.
Draco means Dragon
the constellation Draco has 17 stars some people say it is 14.
Draco Malfoy was named after the star constellation.
what are special features in the draco star
Because it looks like a dragon and Draco in Latin means "Dragon"!
There are still some unanswered questions about the constellation draco. Many want to know how it happened and if the black hole had any effect on the constellation.
Yes. It is located to the North. If you find the North (Pole) Star and then find the little dipper, "saucepan" (Ursa Minor) Draco will be below the bottom of the "pan"
Because draco is the Latin word for dragon and the constellation allegedly looks like a dragon.