Orion Constellation Stars
The Great Hunter Orion galaxy appears in both hemispheres from October to March.
It can be found at altitudes between 85 degrees and -75 degrees.
It is a large galaxy that fills an area of 594 square degrees
Of the 88 galaxies in the night sky, it is 26th in size.
It is bounded through Taurus to the northwest, Eridanus to the southwest, Lepus to the south, Monoceros to the east, and Gemini to the northeast
It is undoubtedly one of the brightest and most beautiful constellations in the winter sky.