Constellations

Constellations
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  • I can see from here Orion, one of the largest and recognizable of the constellations. Come on, let's go inside, I'll tell you more about Orion.
  • Dane, I see constellations. They really look beautiful!
  • Orion was a massive, supernaturally gifted hunter who was the son of Poseidon.
  • Let's talk at the dining area, I'm hungry.
  • Oh, really? That's cool!
  • Actually, Orion is best viewed in January. It is viewable around the world, and has been mentioned by Homer, Virgil, and even the Bible, making it perhaps the most famous constellation.
  • Ah, I see. I think Orion will be one of my favorite constellations. Tell me more about it, please.
  • Sure, but before I continue, let's go to our room. I'm sleepy lol.
  • Okay, Dane. Let's sleep after this.
  • Orion’s belt of three stars is the easiest asterism to find, with Rigel (bottom right) and Betelgeuse (top left) being the brightest two individual stars. The two other corners form a rough quadrangle, with his head and bow also sometimes visible. Orion is also unique in that you can use him to find a variety of other constellations in the winter sky.
  • That's very interesting. Thank you for sharing to me what you know about Orion. Orion will be my favorite constellation from now on. Let's sleep, I think you're really tired. 
  • Goodnight!
  • Goodnight, Dane!
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