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THIS week we will probably be searching for two vital constellations which can be outstanding within the skies all over the world throughout February. They had been each named after figures in Greek mythology: Perseus the hero and Auriga the charioteer. They are going to be seen for a lot of the night within the northern hemisphere, however just for an hour or two after sundown within the southern hemisphere, the place it’s best to look in a northerly course.

Perseus (pictured above) is likely one of the greatest constellations within the evening sky. Its namesake was stated to have saved Andromeda from being sacrificed to the ocean monster Cetus,…

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