The Stars of Summer

These are the constellations visible in late spring and early autumn evenings. The map is made to be applicable in a wide range of latitudes. Generally, observers at about 40 degrees N latitude will not see the stars below the red line on the map. Click on a constellation to find out more about it and the objects visible within it.

Click on a constellation below for more information.


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