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We’re in the middle of summer here in the Northern Hemisphere and it’s a great time to check out the July constellations! Take a look at the star chart above. We are going to focus on what I call the “big three” summer constellations in today’s post. Those constellations are Draco, Hercules, and Ophiuchus.
Now that it’s officially spring, it’s time to focus on the major constellations visible in the northern hemisphere. This April, I want to highlight a very prominent and recognizable constellation – Ursa Major. Ursa Major is also known as The Great Bear. As you can see in the above star chart, Ursa Major will appear nearly overhead toward the northeast around 10pm, EST in early April. Read the rest of this entry >>