The Constellation of Leo
The constellation Leo looks like an Egyptian sphinx in the night sky, couched down and cooling itself by the Nile river. Leo’s regal head is just under the cup of the Big Dipper. At the heart of Leo is the star Regulus, 84 light years from Earth. At dusk look above Venus to catch sight of Leo’s tail star, Denebola.
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