I mean like everything in the universe has a place in it, a purpose. So what could be the purpose of a constellation?
Any of the 88 areas into which the celestial sphere is divided for the purposes of identifying objects, as adopted by the IAU in 1922 . . . . . . In 1930 the IAU went on to adopt official constellation boundaries, defined by lines of right ascension and declination . . . . . .
Scorpius . . . . . . The Sun passes through Scorpius for a week at the end of November
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Scorpio (︎) is the eighth astrological sign in the zodiac, originating from the constellation of Scorpius. It spans 210–240° ecliptic longitude.
Zodiac element: Water
Zodiac quality: Fixed
Duration (tropical, western): October 23 – Nov...
Zodiac symbol: Scorpion
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Serpens is a highly unusual constellation because it is split into two parts, separated by the constellation Ophiuchus, the Serpent Bearer. The two halves of the constellation are referred to a Serpens Caput, or the Serpent's Head, and Serpens Cauda, or the Serpent's Tail.
Constellations, often rooted in mythology, serve as celestial markers, aiding navigation and storytelling. Their purpose lies in cultural significance, guiding early astronomers and inspiring narratives that connect us to the vastness of the universe.I mean like everything in the universe has a place in it, a purpose. So what could be the purpose of a constellation?