It’s an easy constellation to identify because it has the shape of an M or W. On these October evenings, look for Cassiopeia the Queen high in the northeast sky, not far from the North Star.
Perseus follows Cassiopeia across the night sky. It’s fainter, but has a graceful shape and some of the sky’s most interesting stars and star clusters.
The Scorpion in the sky and in mythology. Here’s everything you need to know.
Leo the Lion is one of the easiest constellations to identify in the night sky. April and May are great months to spot it.
Come to know constellation Auriga’s bright star Capella and the little asterism called The Kids.
Look for Aquarius the Water Bearer this month. How to find it, its famous Water Jar asterism, plus a few stories from the ancient myths.
No matter where you live worldwide, Capricornus the Sea-goat climbs highest in the sky in early September. How to see it, and how a sea-goat came to reside among the stars.
From the Northern Hemisphere, a fairly bright North Star marks the direction north. From the Southern Hemisphere, the Southern Cross points the way south.
The moon, Jupiter and Saturn September 23 to 26
Cool new Hubble portrait of Jupiter’s storms