Program Presenter: Xylia Serafy, South Fork Natural History Museum Nature Educator
Constellations are a group of stars that are said to form meaningful patterns or images in our celestial sky. These patterns typically represent animals, creatures, people, and gods that have deep roots in mythology and ancient cultures. See if you can guess what different shapes are made by these seemingly random star patterns and learn the famous stories behind why they received their names. Afterward, make up your own mythological story along with its constellation that we may see one day in the sky!
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