05. marec 2013
Nightsky & Stars
Are you able to find the galaxy Andromeda (M31) on the picture?
It's very easy.
On the second picture you can find the constellation of Orion with it's nebula (M42), the red supergiant star Betelgeuse and the blue supergiant star Rigel.
The brightest object on the picture is not a star, but a planet. Jupiter. To it's right you can see blue stars called Pleiades or M45. To it's left and a bit down, there's a red giant star Aldebaran.