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Transcript of Gemini Constellation
it covers an area of 514 square degrees. Lying in the second quadrant of the northern hemisphere, and is seen at latitudes of +90 degrees and -60 degrees. The constellation is located with Taurus on the east, Canis Major and Orion on the south, and Cancer on the west. Names of the stars that make up the Constellation
In the constellation Gemini Castor and Pollux are some of the names in the constellation both representing strength and positivity. They form the twin constellation (Gemini). The other stars of the Gemini constellation is Alhena and Tejat posterior. The rest are Mebsuta, Mekbuda, Alzirr, Propus, Wasat. star colours
The color of the stars is yellowish orange for Pollux, Castor’s color is bright blue, Alhena’s star color is white, Tejat Posterior is a red giant star, Mekbuda star is yellow white, Wasat is pale white aand purple, propus is a grand red giant star, Mebsuta is a yellow giant star, and Alzirr is a white star. Through the seasons Gemini heads are pointin north-east during fall, north-west during winter, and south-west during the spring. bibilyography http://www.astroviewer.com/index.php Star walk on iPad http://www.google.ca http://www.brighthub.com/science/space/articles50943.aspx
http://earthsky.org/constellations/gemini-heres-your-constellation Magnitude for pollux is: 1.16
Magnitude for castor: 1.58
Magnitude for Alhena: 1.93
Magnitude for Tejat Posterior: 2.87
Magnitude for Mebsuta: 3.2
Magnitude for Mekbuda: 3.8
Magnitude for Alzirr: 3.4
Magnitude for propus: 3.3
Magnitude for Wasat: 3.5 By: Ally, Kayne, Andrew, and Erica Credits
Ally: Mobile and Myth
Kayne:Name of constellations magnitude, colour and bibliography
Andrew: Regions and locations of constellations
Erica: pretty upper