In the skies above the Northern Hemisphere, Orion is sometimes called “the Great Bear.”
The constellation has more than 70 constellated stars, all of which are in our own sky.
Constellations have been used to identify the stars of the night sky since ancient times.
The most famous constellation is the constellational Hydra, a pair of stars with diameters of approximately 2,500 miles (3,600 kilometers).
Other famous constellation names include the constella-nations and the consteles.
Orion has the distinction of being the most distant known star in our solar system.
Its name, however, may be misleading.
According to NASA’s website, Orion “is actually an even further distance away from the Earth than the moon.”
The distance between the Earth and the star is approximately 1.5 million miles (2.2 million kilometers).
While the distance between Orion and the sun is approximately 5.6 billion miles (8.3 billion kilometers), it is not clear how close we are to our own star.
The distance from the sun to Orion is not a precise measure of its distance, because the sun’s gravity pulls it toward the star.
For that reason, Orion has been nicknamed the “Great Bear.”
Orion is the brightest star in the Northern constellation and it is known as “the brightest star on the face of the Earth.”
It is also the brightest object in our night sky.
The constellators in the Southern constellation are called Pleiades.
The Southern constellation is also known as The Great Bear.
There are many other constellions in the Orion constellation.
The brightest star, Alpha Centauri, is also in the southern constellation, known as Ursa Major.
Orion’s constellation is called “Corvus” after its brightest star.
Many constellants can be found in the northern sky, with stars like the constellation Orion sometimes called the “great white whale.”
However, Orion’s northern constellation is not known for its large size.
Orion is also named after a famous astronomer, Galileo Galilei.
He studied the constellation, and he concluded that it is “very far from the Sun.”
Galileo was a German mathematician and astronomer who worked on eclipses.
According the Wikipedia article, Galileo “found that the stars were too far apart to be observed from Earth and that the distances between them were too great.”
Galileo believed that the Sun and Orion were the same object, but he never had an actual astronomical observatory, which is why he believed they were separated by many million miles.
According an article by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, the most famous celestial object in the sky is Orion.