Publication Date

Spring 2015


Throughout the semester, the students of Astronomy 102 have dedicated themselves each to a different constellation present in the night sky. By performing a series of specific experiments, the aim of the project was to come to a better understanding of the stars within a constellation and their relationships to one another. This poster consists of information regarding the constellation Leo specifically. It includes an identification of the object that can be found within the constellation, how they are positioned in the night sky, how their appearance will change over time, and which of their stars will die first. This poster was presented at the Natural Sciences Poster Session at Parkland College


Astronomy 102


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