Sirius in the Earth's sky - Our Planet
How to find Sirius in the sky? Since it's the brightest star in the Earth's sky, Sirius is always easy to find. Anyone familiar with the constellation Orion can simply draw a line through Orion's Belt, to the left. This line will point to Sirius, which is roughly 8 times as far from the Belt as the Belt is wide. Most people in the Northern Hemisphere notice Sirius in the southeast - south - or southwest on evenings from winter to mid-spring. February evenings are a great time to see it. You can also spot Sirius as it ascends in the east before dawn on late summer mornings.