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 What is the myth behind the Big Dipper?

Answer The constellation Ursa Major contains a grouping of seven stars known as the Big Dipper. Various myths attach themselves to this part of the heavens.IdentificationThree stars that comprise a handle... Read More »
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What is the myth behind Mauna Loa?

Mauna Loa, located on Hawaii's big island, is the largest volcano in the world. The volcano is so large that it covers half of the island's land. Mauna Loa has erupted 33 times since 1843. Its last... Read More »
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Why is the Big Dipper called the Big Dipper?

The Big Dipper, a cluster of seven stars in the constellation Ursa Major, is one of the most recognized star groups. Ursa Major is "circumpolar," that is, it never sets below the horizon and is vis... Read More »
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What direction is the Big Dipper?

The Big Dipper, in the constellation Ursa Major, is a northern hemisphere asterism in the northeast to northwest direction for most of the United States, depending on date and time. The Big Dipper ... Read More »
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In what constellation is the big dipper found?

The Big Dipper is made up of seven stars found in a constellation called Ursa Major, the Big Bear. These stars make up the tail and rump of the bear. They also outline the shape of a large ladle. U... Read More »
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