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Constellation

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Liqi Wang

on 15 June 2014

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Transcript of Constellation


Description:
It's a constellation of飞飞Zodiac sign and represented by a pair of fish.
Discovery:
Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century.
Facts:
One of the most difficult to see
Pisces is the 14th constellation in the sky
Two fish connected together with a ribbon in order not to be separated.
Symbol of fish
Diagram
Gemini
Description:
It's a constellation of Zodiac sign and represented by the twins
Discovery:
Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century.
Facts:
Gemini is the 30th largest constellation in the sky
The two brightest stars named were Castor and Pollux
Visible between latitudes 90 and minus 60 degrees
Gemini will appear upside down in the Southern hemisphere
Diagram
Taurus
Description:
It's a constellation of Zodiac sign and represented by the bull's head
Discovery:
Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century.
Facts:
Taurus is the 17th largest constellation in the sky
Taurus is visible in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres
In the Northern hemisphere the constellation can be seen through the autumn and winter months
Visible between latitudes 90 and minus 65 degrees
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What is Constellation?

What is Zodiac?
Constellation
Pisces
A constellation is a group of stars that appear close to each other as viewed from Earth.
The Zodiac is the ring of constellations that the Sun seems to pass through each year as the Earth orbits around it.
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