Orion Not a circumpolar constellation, but a seasonal constellation Betelgeuse, the right arm of Orion (or "armpit" as the name suggests), glows with a dull red. Rigel, in the opposite corner of the constellation, is blue and much brighter.
On the left: The Hunter - Orion
In the middle: Name: The Bull - Taurus
On the right: Name: The Greater Dog - Canis Major
On the left: The Lion - Leo
In the middle: The Herdsman - Böötes
On the right: The Virgin - Virgo
On the left: The Crab - Cancer
In the middle: The Scorpion - Scorpio
On the right: The Archer - Sagittarius
On the left and in the middle: Andromeda
The Andromeda constellation is famous for containing the Andromeda Nebula, the closest galaxy to our Milky Way.
On the right: The Fishes, Pisces
Ecliptic Constellations & Zodiac Signs
A band of 12 constellations around the sky entered on the ecliptic (apparent path of the sun on the earth as the earth revolves around it).
Aries, Leo, Sagittarius, Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn, Gemini, Libra, Aquarius, Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces.
Hindu Calendar Rashi
The Constellations, using H. A. Rey's Scheme
and Their Constellations
The Dome of the Sky: Definitions in your local sky
Angular size of moon ~ ½ o
Angular distance between the “pointer stars” ~ 5o
Latitude and Longitude
Latitude: 39.73 N,
Longitude: 84.06 W