Caelum is number 81 on the size scale and is best visible in December to January at latitudes 41°N to 90°S.
Canes Venatici is a two-star constellation while being the 38th largest constellation in the night sky.
This is a chart of constellations in size order(1-88). Click the constellation to view the constellation’s info.
Centaurus is the 9th largest constellation in the night sky.
Camelopardalis is the 18th largest constellation in the night sky.
Sagittarius is the 15th largest constellation in the night sky.
Fun Fact: Did you know that the red color that the moon shows during a lunar eclipse is caused by Earth’s atmosphere?
Fun Fact: Did you now that the star Betelgeuse in Orion might explode soon?
Variable stars are stars that range in size and brightness and temperature. As they cool, they also shrink and dim. Meanwhile, as variable stars heat up, they expand and brighten. One example of variable stars is Betelgeuse in Orion.
Fun Fact: Did You Know that the Andromeda Galaxy and the Milky Way Galaxy have already started merging?