When can the constellatoin Leo be seen during the year?


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When can the constellation Leo be seen during the year?

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During spring you can see Leo in the Northern Hemisphere.

Generally during the month of April.

In the northern hemisphere, it can be seen in the Spring.

As a result of the earth's yearly orbit, each of the constellations visible at your latitude can be seen for a time in the night sky. Leo is most easily visible in the north during the month of April. Around October, the sun rises in or near the constellation Leo; it is still up there, but obscured by the brightness of the sun.

The constellation Leo can be seen best in the months of April and May.

in the northern hemisphere

Cancer can be seen in the Northern & Southern Hemisphere between Leo and Gemini.

That will depend on the time of year. At this time of year, April, the constellations that are visible than at other times of the year. In the early evening you should still be able to see Sirius, the brightest of all stars in the night sky, as seen from earth. Other easily visible constellations at this time of year are Leo and Virgo. The planet Saturn can be seen close to Leo at present. Go to the website at the link below, and enter your location and it will tell you what you can see from where you are.

The best time of the year to see Leo is in the early months of the year up until about May.

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The constellation Leo is an ancient constellation, perhaps first seen and fashioned by humanities ancient primitive ancestors. In archaeological history the Mesopotamians were the first known to record this constellation.

Leo was 28 during the filming. Although he did play a 16 year old and could easily pass.

Leo is a constellation not a single star, but that doesn't really affect the answer. The reason is that the Earth orbits the Sun. The night sky varies mainly because the Sun appears in different areas of the sky during the year.

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Leo is a constellation not a star . Although Leo is the name of a constellation, several of the stars in the constellation share the name. The star "Regulus" is also known as "Cor Leo". All of the brightest stars in Leo are designated "Leo" with a Greek letter prefixing "Leo" to indicate they are in that constellation. The constellation itself is found between Cancer and Virgo. Astronomically, the sun passes into the 30 degree portion of the sky marked by the constellation Leo from about mid August to mid September. Astrological systems assign the specific days a bit differently depending on the year and the particular astrological system. . Because the sun is in Leo in August to September, the best time to see Leo at night is from November to May. Leo is dominant in the night sky at the opposite time of the year from when the sun transits the constellation; that is, from February to March. . The Leonid meteor storm appears as if radiating from the constellation Leo, and is usually seen best in November.

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Leo XIII was elected on February 20, 1878.

You are supposed to be able to see it in the Northern Hemisphere in Spring

There are many constellations that can be seen in January. Some can be seen all year round, like Ursa Major. Others that are prominent in January are Orion, Gemini, Taurus, Aries, Leo Cancer, Leo Minor, Caelum, Dorado, Mensa, Reticulum, Canis Major, Lepus, Eridanus and others. Your position on Earth will also determine some of what you can see.

Well Leo is like fire- fiery and bold whereas Gemini is seen as masculine twins. This is a good match because Leo and Gemini can support each other and live in harmony

It's visible all-year-round over most of the planet - although the best times are during April.

in the northern hemisphere its the spring in the southern hemisphere its the autumn

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