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6. ε 3 DAWN: The very thin crescent Moon hangs about Go out within an hour of a time listed to the right. Turn the map around so the yellow label for the direction you’re facing is at the bottom. That’s the horizon. Above it are the constellations in front of you. The center of the map is overhead. Ignore the parts of the map above horizons you’re not facing. * Late June Nightfall *Daylight-saving time. 3 +60° OPAR DALIS I +80° E α β llu Po x L Y N X Polaris URS MINO 82 M α Regulus Ju pit er Denebola α β C BER OMA ENIC ES γ O i no G OPHIUCHUS ica ar v i ew CO RV S R U γ 6633 E α T Sp δ C I C P T I L E C l cu A n Moo 15 June I R A lot of stargazers don’t observe exclusively with either binoculars or a telescope, but switch back and forth as needed.
But throughout history, people have connected the same stars to form diﬀerent patterns in their stories. For instance, June’s prominently visible Corona Borealis, known as the crown of Ariadne, has also been imagined as the ﬂying, revolving glass castle Caer Sidi, a spider, a boomerang, a broken circle of dancing maidens, and the lair of the bear. And pattern-making in the summer sky hasn’t stopped. It’s remarkable, but the now-famous Summer Triangle of Vega, Altair, and Deneb, introduced in the 19th century, was only popularized a little more than 50 years ago.
It’s remarkable, but the now-famous Summer Triangle of Vega, Altair, and Deneb, introduced in the 19th century, was only popularized a little more than 50 years ago. And the “Teapot” asterism of Sagittarius, which now seems so obvious to everyone, was created even more recently. What’s ironic is that even our longest-enduring myths and legends are like the latest ripples in a pool compared to the lifetimes of the stars themselves. Even the stars don’t last forever — but these shining lights that live for billions of years are the closest thing to true eternity that we can ever see.
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