Star Naming Guide: Valentine's Day Stars

Valentine's Day Stargazing: Gemini

Stars make unique Valentine’s Day gifts because enjoying them is something the a couple can do together at any time. In fact, it may spark a new interest in astronom

Are you looking for other stars and constellations to explore after you’ve located your gift star in the sky? There are many constellations with ideal viewing times in February. For example, the constellation Gemini is visible in the northern hemisphere of Earth from late fall through mid-spring.

On a star chart, Gemini resembles two stick figures—representing the twins Castor and Pollux from Greek mythology. Castor and Pollux are also the names of the two most prominent stars in the constellation. Each star appears as the head of each stick figure, Castor is the uppermost figure, with the brighter Pollux located below.

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