Red Dragon Ambassador’s new website:
Yes, I’ve seen it, thank you. ~**~
PLEIADES – the ‘seven sisters’ or the ‘tiny little dipper’:
Cobra asked us many time to look at the sky…
For those of you who live in areas with a sky, may you do a search on night time.
You will find a ‘tinny little dipper’ of about one and half lunar diameter:
Do not look for Pleiades to be near the full moon. It might for usual not be there. Look rather for a tiny little dipper. But you need a clear sky.
I always look for Orions belt, the three stars in the middle. then follow where those three stars point to, usually in the upward direction. And bam there’s the Pleiades.
Yes, it is correct.
On the northern sky Pleiades are on right looking to Orion belt (stars: Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka), almost twice the length from Betelgeuse to Riegel, looking from Alnitak towards Mintaka and away on right.
Thank you ghjkjlj AE ~**~
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