Orion Constellation



Orion constellation named after the hunter in Greek mythology is of the brightest constellation. This constellation is visible clearly from the months of November to February.


That’s Sirius, the brightest star in the sky. To find Sirius, find orion, then from the Orion’s belt as depicted in the picture above, come south and there it will be.


That’s Betelguese, a red supergiant

With Orion up in the sky and well places, you can say, winter has come and this was shot in January in the Northern Hemsiphere in the TransHimalayas.

Below Orion’s belt, there is the Orion’s nebulae










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