View many illustrations of constellations. Learn how they were named and other historical information. Find out what phases the stars go through. Also learn about associated Roman and Greek mythology. Includes quizzes and a movie.
This page provides useful tips on how to see stars and constellations. Also includes a glossary of astrological terms and a calendar to see what is happening in the sky during a particular month.
This interactive java program shows you the stars and constellations in "Star Chart" format. The program allows the user to look at the constellations as if they were lying on their back gazing up at the stars.
Classical Mythology Roman and Greek
This page examines the different characters and gods of both Roman and Greek mythology. Click on any of the links to read more information about a particular figure in the ancient mythology and their connection to the constellations.
Questacon: Orion: Make a Constellation
Learn how to construct pinhole constellations. Click on one of the five constellations for a printable diagram and directions.
Surf the Night Sky
Choose a constellation on the sky map and learn about its stars and deep sky objects that can be found in it.
Use the links to find illustrations of different constellations and tips on how to find them in the sky.
This site has several pictures of constellations. Click on a picture to see a larger view.
Enchanted Learning: Constellations
This site has a list of the constellations along with illustrations. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Digital Images of the Sky
View photos of constellations sorted by hemispheres and seasons. Use links at the left to see closer deep sky objects and constellations with lines, names.
Learn about famous stargazers in history and what they have discovered. NOTE: This site contains a banner-ads.