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The Winter Constellations

Map I from Astronomy for Observation by Eliza A. Bowen. 1888

The Winter Constellations are the 12 constellations that fall between 6 hours and 12 hours Right Ascension. M42, the Great Nebula in Orion, marks the most famous constellation in this group.

Cancer Cnc The Crab
Canis Major CMA The Big Dog
Canis Minor CMi The Little Dog
Crater Crt The Cup
Gemini Gem The Twins
Hydra Hya The Water Monster
Leo Leo The Lion
Leo Minor LMi The Little Lion
Lynx Lyn The Lynx
Monoceros Mon The Unicorn
Orion Ori The Hunter
Sextans Sex The Sextant

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