Delphinus the Dolphin resembles its name

Delphinus the Dolphin is a petite constellation that looks like the animal it's supposed to represent. Look for the dolphin leaping under the Summer Triangle.

Lacerta the Lizard, home to a blazar

Lacerta the Lizard is a small, dim constellation in the fall sky that contains a blazar, or an active galactic nucleus with a jet pointed toward Earth.

Cassiopeia the Queen ascends in September and October

Cassiopeia the Queen is an easy-to-find constellation. It has the shape of a W or M. Look in the north-northeast sky on September and October evenings.

Capricornus? Here’s your constellation

Capricornus the Sea-goat can be spotted in September and October formed by stars that take the shape of an arrowhead. One Messier object, M30, is found within.

Born under the sign of Ophiuchus?

Born between November 29 and December 18? Then the sun passes in front of Ophiuchus on your birthday. Here's how to spot Ophiuchus in the sky.

Scutum the Shield is named for a Polish king

Scutum has only has 4 stars that make up the constellation outline, but it's noticeable in a dark sky because a rich region of the Milky Way is behind it.

Scorpius? Here’s your constellation

The southern-most constellation of the zodiac is Scorpius the Scorpion. It's easy to spot on July evenings from most parts of the world.

Summer Triangle and 3 small constellations

You need a dark country sky to see these 3 small constellations: Vulpecula the Fox, Delphinus the Dolphin and Sagitta the Arrow.

Virgo? Here’s your constellation

Learn about the constellation Virgo the Maiden, now fully up in the evening sky. Skylore, science and more.

Leo? Here’s your constellation

From April through June, Leo the Lion -- one of the zodiacal constellations -- is a prominent fixture in the evening sky. It’s quite easy to spot.