The Pleiades star cluster – also known as the Seven Sisters, or M45 – is visible from virtually every part of the globe. It looks like a tiny misty dipper of stars.
On summer evenings, look for this star pattern in the east, sideways to the horizon.
The Big Dipper is easy. And, once you find it, you can find the Little Dipper, too.
From the Northern Hemisphere, a fairly bright North Star marks the direction north. From the Southern Hemisphere, the Southern Cross points the way south.
Watch for Earth’s shadow and the Belt of Venus
Northern lights caused green-colored clouds