What percentage of the night sky is mapped to Constellation Orion? How is this measure, if ever?
What percentage of the night sky is mapped to Constellation Orion? How high from sea level is this measured? How many square miles does this translate to?
by Randy Godwin 6 years ago
How familiar are you with the night sky?Do you live--or have you ever lived--in a place where the sky is dark enough to become familiar with the different planets, constellations, nebulae,and individuals stars?
by Diane Minton 6 years ago
What do you think of when you look at the night sky, with stars of course?What do you think of, other planets, love? Your thoughts are the answer I am looking for.
by Brooke Ashley 6 years ago
What is that enormous blue star in the sky at night?I've noticed there is always a huge blue star in the sky at night. It always fascinated me because it is so round and big, and BRIGHT.
by Jon 5 years ago
Do you notice anything about this photo ?If any of you guys have read or know about the stars of Orions belt, their formation ,alignment, and the surveying and setting out of the pyramids at giza this should spark some questions off for you, especially as this was taken from Mars in 2012 and...
by RocketCityWriter 7 years ago
What's the most well-known constellation?The Big Dipper, Orion, the Southern Cross, or something else??
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