Ever looked up into the night sky and wondered exactly what is up there? Follow our guide to 10 easy to spot star constellations and enjoy a very starry, starry night.
This is one of the constellations that many people learn to spot first and it forms part of the Ursa Major (Great Bear) constellation. The Big Dipper is an obvious one to spot because it looks like a saucepan with the long handle pointing out towards the horizon.
The Big Dipper is always above the horizon in Northern skies but is at its highest in spring.
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