New constellation: The Phoenix constellation is a new star in the night sky.
It’s located in the constellation Perseus.
It has five stars and is named after Perseus, a Greek god.
It was first spotted in 2009.
The new constellation is called the Orion Nebula.
The constellation is located about 40 light-years from Earth.
The star is about 15,000 times fainter than the Sun.
Orion is a giant, cold dwarf star about 500 light-seconds in diameter.
It is so cold that the light from its surface takes a billion years to travel to the Earth.
It also has a high concentration of helium, which makes it relatively stable and stable in the cold.
The Orion Nebula is so hot that its gravity is stronger than the gravity of the Sun, making it extremely bright.
Orion was the first star to appear in our night sky, but we haven’t seen many more of its stars in recent years.