Stargaze For The Constellation Orion Before It Disappears From The Indiana Horizon

Don’t miss the Orion’s Belt Constellation this spring before it disappears from our skies for the summer. Who knew this star formation was seasonal? Get outside before it’s too late to see it.

This is one of the most popular constellations in the night sky. Next to the big and little dipper, it’s also one of the easiest to find. Check it out:

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Most find the Orion’s Belt Constellation by locating the three stars that are right next to one another. How do you spot these popular stars? Share your ideas with us below in the comments.

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