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11:07

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Orion the hunter

Ken Campbell

Of all the constellations in the night sky, Orion has got to be the one of the most famous and easiest to recognise. It contains some of the brightest stars and its distinct figure dominates the sky throughout the winter months. Orion can be seen ... rising in the east at around 8pm lying on his side and resembling a 'bow tie' shape but as the night progresses, and Orion rises higher in the sky, he assumes his upright status. Orion was a great hunter in Greek mythology who boasted that he could ... kill any creature in the forest. The Gods were angered by this boast and so sent Scorpio the scorpion to sting Orion in the heel and kill him. Orion and Scorpio are now placed on opposite parts of the sky and never appear in the sky together. Looking

13:59

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Orion the hunter

KEN CAMPBELL the night sky

Of all the constellations, the most recognisable has to be Orion. The distinct hour glass or butterfly shape contains some of the brightest stars in the night sky and dominates the sky throughout the winter months. ·More information : ... www.costadelstars.com Orion contains some of the most interesting stars and deep sky objects. The bright red coloured star that marks the upper left corner is called Betelgeuse (pronounced either Betelgeeze or Beetlejuice). It is a massive red giant star about 650 ... supernova any time now. In fact it may already have exploded and as it is 650 light years away we are just waiting for the light to get here. The three stars that form a perfect straight line mark Orion's belt across his waist. If you look very carefully

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Phaethon's tail

KEN CAMPBELL

...be quite a spectacular display. As the name implies, the Geminids appear to radiate from the constellation Gemini just above and to the left of Orion, about halfway up in the southern sky. The Geminids are a reliable shower producing some very bright

10:32

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The brightest star

KEN CAMPBELL the night sky

...dominates the sky throughout the winter months rising in the east at around 7pm and is due south at around midnight in the constellation of Canis Major, the Great Dog. If you need any help in finding it, first locate Orion with his distinctive hourglass