hexagon sky

If you can find Orion, you might be able to find the Winter Hexagon. The Winter Hexagon involves some of the brightest stars visible, together forming a large and easily found pattern in the winter sky of Earth’s northern hemisphere. The stars involved can usually be identified even in the bright night skies of a big city. The six stars that compose the Winter Hexagon are Aldebaran, Capella, Castor (and Pollux), Procyon, Rigel, and Sirius. Here, the band of our Milky Way Galaxy runs through the center of the Winter Hexagon, while the Pleiades open star cluster is visible just above. The Winter Hexagon asterism engulfs several constellations including much of the iconic steppingstone Orion.

Image Credit & Copyright: Jeff Dai (TWAN)

Has anyone ever noticed the Winter Hexagon? Send me a message, I’d love to hear about it!

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The theories of old paintings from the past depicting ufo’s may be plausible, however, if one really looks, many depict cubes or hexagonal features in the sky. In the past Saturn was known as the sun. This photo doesn’t depict a ufo. However, it does depict a cube/hexagon/Saturn.