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Very useful for teaching Grade 6 Sky Science - How to find other constellations using the Big Dipper

Ridiculously Good Olive Oil Dip Recipe - This easy group-friendly olive oil dip comes together quickly & it never fails. #appetizer #dip

Ridiculously Good Olive Oil Dip Recipe - This easy group-friendly olive oil dip comes together quickly & it never fails. #appetizer #dip

The slanting winter Milky Way touches many of the familiar, bright constellations of the December sky. This map shows the sky facing southeast around 11 o'clock local time in early December or 9 p.m. in late December. Source: Stellarium

The slanting winter Milky Way touches many of the familiar, bright constellations of the December sky. This map shows the sky facing southeast around 11 o'clock local time in early December or 9 p. in late December.

Whats in a Year? Nasa History & Science

Nasa History & Science-- This is an interesting infographic showing how long it takes each planet to travel around the sun.

For those who live in the northern hemisphere, the summer nights are simply dazzling, filled with hundreds, indeed thousands of stars. While it may seem daunting at first, you can learn the major constellations of summer and find your way...

For those who live in the northern hemisphere, the summer nights are simply dazzling, filled with hundreds, indeed thousands of stars. While it may seem daunting at first, you can learn the major constellations of summer and find your way.

The Star in the East and Three Kings | Wise Men | Magi

The Three Stars in Orion's belt point towards Sirius, who was thought by the Ancients to bring the scorching heat of summer (Canicula), which is why her constellation was called 'Canis' in latin