What is the latitude& azimuth of Ursa Major?

Answer The declination of Ursa Major, also known as Big Bear, is 50 degrees. Declination in space is equivalent to latitude on earth. Ursa Major is visible between 90 degrees and -30 degrees latitude. The... Read More »

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How many galaxies are in Ursa Major?

Astronomers are far from determining the number of galaxies in Ursa Major. During the Hubble Deep Field Survey of 1995, researchers focused on an area of the constellation 1/24 of a degree wide (t... Read More »

When was Ursa Major first discovered?

Ursa Major, the "Big Bear," is a constellation first mentioned in the works of Ptolemy, Aratos of Soli and Eudoxos of Knidos. It is also referenced twice in the Bible's Book of Job. In 1869, Richar... Read More »

Which Constellations Are Close to Ursa Major?

Ursa Major, or the Great Bear, includes 16 named stars. Some of these stars also make up the asterism, or distinctive group of stars, known as the Big Dipper. Ursa Major appears in the northern hem... Read More »

If stomach ache what does it mean also vomitish does it really mean pregnant plz tell me?

1st, in the future please use complete English sentences, it helps get your point across2nd, what you are feeling could be any number of bacteria or viral infections, as well as several medical con... Read More »