Cancer Constellation By Khalil Pickens-smith

The constellation was 1st catalogued by the Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century. The brightest star in the constellation, Altarf, is 500 instances more luminous than the sun. Searching at Cancer by way of a telescope is a good get started for stargazers – you get to see an open cluster called the Beehive Cluster which is the nearest to the Earth and includes about 50 stars. The brightest…Read More