Saturday, 24 April 2010


Asterisms are star-shapes which aren't constellations in their own right, but are instantly recognisable to amateur astronomers who invariably find their way around the night sky by referencing them.

An asterism is a familiar (to night-sky watchers) group of stars which forms a pattern and the stars aren't part of a related cluster but just a chance alignment.

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