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The GREAT DOG, together with the LESSER DOG, which lies just above, were placed among the stars to attend on their master ORION, hunting of the GREAT BEAR. his Sirius is seen from January to March. in MAP 43 15.

Pointers) always point to the Pole Star, which is scarcely observed to move, and round which all the constellations turn, a very little more than once every day see page 9. In Britain, and countries north of 40 North Latitude (Southern Europe, Canada, and United States), the PLOUGH never sets, being too high up ever to reach the horizon. On ; autumn evenings directly it is low down in the north, under the Pole Star, as shown in the On winter evenings it is in opposite diagram. the northeast, with the handle turned down.

AQUARIUS has been connected with Egypt as, perhaps, having marked the season when the Nile began The constellation figures are shown in to rise. loss after harvest the Atlas. , been handed down to us. , y, etc. the constellation of LYRA, is also known as a In book names printed in italics, as are always the names of single stars ; this Sirius, while those in small capitals, as names of constellations^ that is, AURIGA, are the groups of stars. INTRODUCTION II The brightest stars are called "ist magni4< 2d magnitude," tude," those not so bright, " those still less bright, 3d magnitude," and so the 6th the faintest visible to the naked on, being Each magnitude is slightly less than half eye.

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