The Universe is everything: it has moons, planets, stars, heavenly bodies and so on. It is unknown how big it is and it’s known to be expanding. The branch of science which deals with celestial objects is known as astronomy and the people who study them are known as astronomers. They primarily use a telescope to study these celestial objects.

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Constellations:

Years back, astronomers drew imaginary pictures with the stars, so that they could remember star patterns. Such group of stars is known as a constellation. Some constellations are discussed below.

Cassiopeia:

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It is a constellation in the northern sky named after Queen Cassiopeia, mother of Andromeda.

Scorpius:

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It is a constellation only visible during the summer season.

Orion:

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It is a constellation also known as the Great Hunter with seven bright stars. Two of them include Betelgueuse and Rigel.

Ursa Minor:

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The Pole star is a part of this constellation and similar to Ursa Major.

Ursa Major:

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It has seven stars formed in the shape of a big spoon and also known as the Big Dipper.

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