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Are you interested in the night sky and the constellations?

Join us on an adventure as we travel around the solar system, for younger students as well as beginners of any age.

Stargazing in your own backyard may be a relaxing pastime that doesn’t break the bank and is enjoyable for amateurs and professionals alike. On every night with a clear sky, you may just glance up and spend hours admiring the stars.

I am certain that I have.

However, there are lights blinking all over the night sky.

Which one is which of these? The sky is filled with stars, which, when given a little thought, maybe imagined to form images that the ancients called after their legendary gods. Planets, comets, meteoroids, asteroids, and a whole host of other celestial bodies may be found zipping through the solar system and beyond.

What’s the deal then?

A constellation is a gathering of stars in the night sky that, when seen collectively, gives the impression of forming a pattern. The majority of people are familiar with the Big Dipper and the Little Dipper, and some may have even heard of Orion the Hunter; nevertheless, there is a great number more.

What about the twelve constellations of the zodiac? There are twelve different birth signs that are said to have an impact on our life depending on the positions of the sun and the moon when we were born.

Large astral masses, such as the earth, are often accompanied by a system of smaller celestial bodies known as moons that circle them. Every one of the solar system’s other seven planets may be seen from Earth at some point or another, although this depends on where each planet is in its own orbit around the sun. This changes from one month to the next, from year to year, and depending on where you are when you look up at the sky.

It is important to keep in mind that planets do not “twinkle” in the same way that stars do.

Comets are icy balls made of gas that hurtle through the solar system at a high speed. Asteroids and meteoroids are both examples of large rocks that travel across space. Sometimes they even enter our solar system. Even more is contained in our solar system and the galaxies that lie beyond it.

Do you have a burning curiosity to learn the distinctions between a meteoroid, a meteor, and a meteorite? Or how about the several phases that the moon goes through? Simply clicking on the links will take you to further information on a certain topic.

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The constellation list of Earth’s sky.

A complete constellation list with links to a printable constellation map.

The 12 Zodiac Constellations

The 12 zodiac constellations, finding and viewing

Order of the planets from Mercury to Neptune

Want to know the order of the planets in our solar system?

Help in stargazing for beginners

Tips for stargazing for beginners

Astronomy telescopes tips

beginners buying tips for astronomy telescopes

Moons of the solar system

Sky-gazing moons of the solar system

Stargazing and astronomy books

Bookstore featuring stargazing and astronomy books

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    *constellation photographs were taken by Till Credner and Sven Kohle,

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