In the winter, you’ll find your nights sky filled with stars and planets.
And this year, that’s exactly what’s happening to your sky, thanks to a new constellation that has been discovered by the International Astronomical Union.
You’ll be able to see the Orion constellation, located at the top of the Eastern horizon, on your backyard telescope, thanks in part to the constellation’s bright, colourful colours.
The Orion constellation Orion is a star in the Orion Belt, an arc of stars stretching from the constellation Orion to the far side of the Milky Way.
You can see it at the constellation of Orion on this image of the Orion belt, taken by the Gemini North telescope.
“This is an exciting new discovery that we are thrilled to have discovered, said Iain Smith, CEO of Iain & Edithson Astronomy, a company that specializes in observing and marketing celestial objects.”
We are thrilled that this constellation will be so well-represented on the night skies of the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere,” he said.
The constellation has been known for years as the Orion Nebula, but in February, astronomers using the Gemini National Observatory in Arizona announced they had discovered a new one.
They named it the Orion South, after the southern hemisphere’s largest constellation, the Sagittarius.
The new star, named NGC 2186, is about two million kilometres away, about half the distance from the moon.
It was discovered by scientists using the HARPS telescope, a satellite that launched in 2007.
The two-year survey was led by the Carnegie Institution of Washington, which is part of the National Science Foundation, and involved researchers from the University of Hawaii, the University, Arizona State University, the Smithsonian Institution, the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, and the University at Albany.”
The astronomers were looking for a bright object in the sky, which was what astronomers call a “dark body” — a star whose brightness can vary depending on the position of the star, or “eccentricity” — of the object. “
It’s a really exciting new addition to the Orion family.”
The astronomers were looking for a bright object in the sky, which was what astronomers call a “dark body” — a star whose brightness can vary depending on the position of the star, or “eccentricity” — of the object.
This makes the object a good candidate to be a member of a newly discovered star family.
“I think this star has quite a bit of potential,” said co-author and University of Hawai’i astronomer Steven Jones, who also works at the University.
“It’s quite rare for us to find this kind of a bright, high-eccenticity object, and that’s what we found,” he added.
“In the past, we’ve had stars like this, and it’s only because of the Hubble Space Telescope that we’ve been able to observe them.”
For decades, the only star with such a bright light curve is the supermassive black hole at the centre of the galaxy, and astronomers had no idea what to make of it.
But thanks to HARPS, astronomers now know that the star’s light is scattered, reflecting off the gas and dust surrounding it, which makes it a good target for observing.
“We have a new class of stars, and this is one of them,” said study lead author Michael Davenport, a professor of astronomy at the California Institute of Technology.
The HARPs data shows that this bright object is orbiting a massive gas cloud, which can be seen as the nebula, but it’s the gas cloud’s location and the shape of the gas that give the star its distinctive colours.
The astronomers also found that the gas clouds are in the shape and shape of a sphere.
This gives the star a characteristic shape.
“When you look at this star, you get the illusion that you are looking at a massive star, which you’re not,” said J.C. Brown, an astronomer at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California.
“That’s an amazing discovery.”
The discovery of a new, bright star is particularly exciting because it means that astronomers have identified one of the best places to observe the Orion region.
“What we’ve found is a very bright, highly eccentric star,” said David Hockley, a researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Tech who was part of this research team.
“In fact, you can see the faintest of the stars.”
The new constellation has a total of nine stars, some of which are brighter than the stars we know today.
The Orion South has the brightest star of them all, with an estimated mass of about one billion solar masses.
“The bright stars are not the only ones in this constellation,” said Ioan Zimmet, an associate professor of mathematics at Harvard University.
“There are also the very bright stars with very large masses.”
The stars in the new constellation are not all as bright as those in our own galaxy.
But they are very faint