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Old 08-24-2006, 04:58 PM
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Default How you know what Constellations are, what they are use for?

I need help on my science fair project. I need information on the constellations and wher can ifind them on the web at? My project is due in Oct 2006.

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Default Your best bet

Your best bet would be to search the on google or another search engine.
Try the names of constellations that are used in horescopes. For Example, Virgo, Capricorn, Cancer,
I know that some people used them for telling the future.

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Constellations are groupings of stars that in ancient times were told to be different Gods, beings, and legendary figures and items. YOu can find them using star maps, or if you want, local planetariums usually have good shows about them. Also, as satfire said, they are used for horoscopes.
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