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  Universe TodaySpace and astronomy news Login Login Home Members Guide to Space Carnival Photos Videos Forum Contact Privacy A poster with a progression of images from Cape Espichel, Sesimbra in Spain. Left is a wide field starscape, center is Orions deep sky objects and right is a closeup of M42. Credit and cop
Warburg Institute Iconographic Database — Warburg Institute home page — Warburg Institute Library ← back to main page MAGIC & SCIENCE Astronomy and astrology → Constellations → Southern hemisphere → Orion → Single figure browse results one by one→Ancient Egyptian circa 2160 BC
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APOD: 2010 October 23 - Orion: Head to Toe
Genitive: Orionis Abbreviation: Ori Size ranking: 26th Origin: One of the 48 Greek constellations listed by Ptolemy in the Almagest Greek name: Ὠρίων Orion (spelt Ὠρίων in Greek) is the most splendid of constellations, befitting a character who was in legend the
Sky Tour for Binoculars - Orion: Museum Victoria Museums Victoria Melbourne Museum Scienceworks Immigration Museum Royal Exhibition Building Search the Museums Victoria website Skip to main content Home Visiting Collections & Research
Orion is a prominent constellation located on the celestial equator and visible throughout the world. It is one of the most conspicuous and recognizable constellations in the night sky. It was named after Orion , a hunter in Greek mythology . Its brightest stars are Rigel (Beta Orionis) and Betelgeuse (Alpha Orionis),

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