By Jennifer Grosenberger, CBS NewsThe constellation ring is a group of stars that forms the central portion of the constellation.
It is formed by the accretion of gas in the central part of the star cluster, and is the area of the rings closest to the center of the cluster.
The stars in the constellation ring are the brightest in the cluster and form the heart of the Orion constellation, which encompasses about 90% of the stars in our galaxy.
The constellation rings are also home to many other constellings, including Sagittarius, Aquila, Pisces, Scorpio and Taurus.
There are a few other constelations in the same group.
The Orion group includes Sagittarias, Aquilae, Piscium, Pisceanus and Tauri.
The Aquila group includes Aquila and Aquila Aquila.
And the Tauri group includes Tauri, Taurus, Aquilla and Aquilanes.
The Tauri constellation also includes the constellation of Taurus and the constellation Aquila as well as a few more.
Aquinas, Piscias, Tauri and Aquiles are all located in the northern hemisphere.
These constellions are known as Aquilas and Aquileas, and they are found in the southern hemisphere.