Thursday, October 15, 2009


Orion is one of the most easily recognized constellations with its distinctive “belt” of three bright stars. The Greeks saw the star as a hunter, but Native Americans saw a group of running deer. Syrian astronomers believed the stars formed a giant called AI Jabbar. In the northern hemisphere, you cannot see Orion in June. However, you can see it in Chile in June.

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