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Constellations of the northern hemisphere August sky. The stars are connected in their traditional patterns and the dotted lines show the IAU boundaries for each one. (Credit: Astro Bob) Mona Evans, "Constellation or Asterism?" http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art180464.asp

Constellations of the northern hemisphere August sky. The stars are connected in their traditional patterns and the dotted lines show the IAU boundaries for each one. (Credit: Astro Bob) Mona Evans, "Constellation or Asterism?" http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art180464.asp

1955 june july august of northern hemisphere constellations original star map vintage celestial print. $35.00, via Etsy.

1955 june july august of northern hemisphere constellations original star map vintage celestial print

1955 june july august of northern hemisphere constellations original star map vintage celestial print. $35.00, via Etsy.

1955 august september october of northern hemisphere constellations original star map vintage celestial print

1955 august september october of northern hemisphere constellations original star map vintage celestial print

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1926 august september october of southern hemisphere constellations original star map vintage celestial print

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1926 august september october of southern hemisphere constellations original star map vintage celestial print

The Perseids meteor shower happens every August. Meteor showers are named after the constellation from which the meteors appear to emanate. From Earth's perspective, the Perseids meteor shower appears to come approximately from the direction of the Northern Hemisphere constellation Perseus. The 2015 Perseid meteor shower runs from July 13 to Aug. 26, with the peak observing time predicted for the overnight hours of Aug. 12 and Aug. 13.

The Perseids meteor shower happens every August. Meteor showers are named after the constellation from which the meteors appear to emanate. From Earth's perspective, the Perseids meteor shower appears to come approximately from the direction of the Northern Hemisphere constellation Perseus. The 2015 Perseid meteor shower runs from July 13 to Aug. 26, with the peak observing time predicted for the overnight hours of Aug. 12 and Aug. 13.

1926 june july august of southern hemisphere print

1926 june july august of southern hemisphere constellations original star map vintage celestial print

August 27, 2015: Globular cluster NGC 1783 represents one of the largest globular clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of our own galaxy, the Milky Way, in the southern hemisphere constellation of Dorado. John Herschel first observed NGC 1783 in 1835. It lies nearly 160,000 light-years from Earth, and possesses a mass around 170,000 times that of the sun.

August 27, 2015: Globular cluster NGC 1783 represents one of the largest globular clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of our own galaxy, the Milky Way, in the southern hemisphere constellation of Dorado. John Herschel first observed NGC 1783 in 1835. It lies nearly 160,000 light-years from Earth, and possesses a mass around 170,000 times that of the sun.

LYR #Lira, #Lyra, #Lyrae, #Lyr. It is a summer constellation (the meridian culminates at around 22 of August 1). It covers 286 square degrees. Lyre (Lyra in Latin) is a constellation in the northern hemisphere, it was also part of the 48 listed by Ptolemy. The Lira is not very big, but it can be found easily thanks to its star α, Vega, which is one of the brightest stars in the sky and is part of the Summer Triangle

LYR #Lira, #Lyra, #Lyrae, #Lyr. It is a summer constellation (the meridian culminates at around 22 of August 1). It covers 286 square degrees. Lyre (Lyra in Latin) is a constellation in the northern hemisphere, it was also part of the 48 listed by Ptolemy. The Lira is not very big, but it can be found easily thanks to its star α, Vega, which is one of the brightest stars in the sky and is part of the Summer Triangle

LYR #Lira, #Lyra, #Lyrae, #Lyr. It is a summer constellation (the meridian culminates at around 22 of August 1). It covers 286 square degrees. Lyre (Lyra in Latin) is a constellation in the northern hemisphere, it was also part of the 48 listed by Ptolemy. The Lira is not very big, but it can be found easily thanks to its star α, Vega, which is one of the brightest stars in the sky and is part of the Summer Triangle

LYR #Lira, #Lyra, #Lyrae, #Lyr. It is a summer constellation (the meridian culminates at around 22 of August 1). It covers 286 square degrees. Lyre (Lyra in Latin) is a constellation in the northern hemisphere, it was also part of the 48 listed by Ptolemy. The Lira is not very big, but it can be found easily thanks to its star α, Vega, which is one of the brightest stars in the sky and is part of the Summer Triangle

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