The Andromeda constellation is often seen as a great example of what the sky should look like when night comes.
At its brightest, it is about 30 times the diameter of our Sun, and can be seen with binoculars or the naked eye.
If you’re on a budget, the constellations Cassiopeia and Sagittarius are also a good bet.
But the stars are much less obvious.
The Andromeda and Sagitta are the most obvious, and their faintest stars can be dimmed by even a moderate amount.
And they are only a couple of light-years away.
In this case, that means that it’s easier to see a faint Andromeda constellation in a night sky than a constellation of three or four brightest stars.
Andromeda constellation image (Source: The Andromeda Galaxy Project)