Constellations and Major Stars
A very bright, red star in the constellation Taurus.
A bright orange star in the constellation Bootes.
A small group of stars.
Instrument used by the early astronomers and navigators to measure the angles of celestial bodies above the horizon.
A supergiant red star located in the constellation Orion.
A constellation known as herdsman.
A constellation representing a giant W or M.
A cluster of stars in the face of the constellation Taurus the Bull.
Angular distance north or south of the earth's equator measured in degrees.
The constellation known as the Great Hunter.
The North Star located in the constellation Ursa Minor.
A blue supergiant star located in the constellation Orion.
Instrument which replaced the astrolabe for measuring the angular distances of celestial bodies above the horizon.
Constellation known as the Bull.
The Great Bear constellation which contains the Big Dipper.
The Little Bear which contains the Little Dipper.