Orion constellation

Explore the mesmerizing beauty of the Orion constellation and learn about its fascinating history. Join us on a celestial journey to uncover the secrets of this iconic star formation.
To help find their way around the sky, astronomers divide it into 88 regions, like counties in a state. The regions are connected to imaginary stick-figure pictures called the constellations. Many cultures have their own set of legendary sky figures. We use the mythological characters imagined by the ancient Greeks and ancient Egyptians. Orion, the Hunter, is one of the most familiar constellations. His shoulders, legs, and waist are easy to trace. | What Stars and Nebulae Are | Kids Discover

To help find their way around the sky, astronomers divide it into 88 regions, like counties in a state. The regions are connected to imaginary stick-figure pictures called the constellations. Many cultures have their own set of legendary sky figures. We use the mythological characters imagined by the ancient Greeks and ancient Egyptians. Orion, the Hunter, is one of the most familiar constellations. His shoulders, legs, and waist are easy to trace. | What Stars and Nebulae Are | Kids…

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Greek Mythology of the Constellation Orion by Starr Hendon Orion, the Hunter, is one of the largest and most easily identifiable constellations in the sky. Once you spot the three stars in Orion's belt, the rest of the constellation is easy to make out. Orion's belt is often referred to as the "Three Kings". The three stars that make up Orion's belt are, from left to right; Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka. Rigel, the large blue-white supergiant at Orion's left knee, is the sixth brightest star…

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