The constellations best seen in August areAquila, Corona Australis, Lyra, Pavo, Sagitta, Sagittarius, Scutum and Telescopium. Lyra, Sagitta and Aquila are northern constellations and Scutum, Sagittarius, Corona Australis, Telescopium and Pavo are located in the southern sky.
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What are the 5 August constellations?
The five August constellations include some of the most beautiful and well-known objects in the sky. The center of our Milky Way galaxy is located in the direction of Sagittarius.
When is the best time to see the constellations?
Each constellation is best seen in the evening sky at a certain time of year, whether it only briefly shows up above the horizon or it is visible throughout the year from a certain location. Below is the list of constellations visible at 9 pm each month.
What to see in the sky in August?
Here are some of the things to see in August: 9 pm, western sky 鈥?Jupiter hovering above the horizon after sunset 9 pm, southern sky 鈥?Saturn visible above the southern horizon in the evening 5 am, eastern sky 鈥?Venus visible above the horizon just before dawn
What constellations are in the night sky in January?
鈥淭onight鈥檚 Sky鈥?is a video series of constellations you can observe in the night sky. In January, the northern hemisphere features beautiful views of Capella, a pair of giant yellow stars; Aldebaran, a red giant star; and two star clusters鈥攖he Hyades and the Pleiades.