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 Where is the Big Dipper located?

Answer The Big Dipper is located in the northern sky near Polaris, the Pole Star. It travels west in a gigantic arc around the Pole Star, 15 degrees for every hour. Come dawn, it is found lying low in the... Read More »
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Where are the big and little dipper located?

The Big Dipper and Little Dipper are groupings of stars in the northern part of the sky. The Big Dipper is part of the constellation Ursa Major and the Little Dipper is part of the constellation Ur... Read More »
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Where is the big dipper located in the sky?

The constellation Ursa Major, more commonly referred to as the "Big Dipper," can be located in relationship to the North Star. Facing north, looking upward from the horizon, you can find the North ... 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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When can the Big Dipper be seen?

The Big Dipper, part of the Ursa Major constellation (The Great Bear), is at its highest position in the sky and can be best seen in late May/early June. It's one of the most recognizable groups of... Read More »
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