#stargazingsaturday | Auriga

Auriga constellation lies in the northern hemisphere. Its name means “the charioteer” in Latin. The constellation got this name because its major stars form a shape similar to that of the pointed helmet of a charioteer. Auriga was first catalogued by the Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century. It contains Capella, the sixth brightest star in the sky.

Find out the facts and how you can view AURIGA.

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