Many people have heard of Orion. Although Orion is not included in the twelve constellations, it is the most famous constellation among ordinary constellations. Orion is the most brilliant and gorgeous constellation in winter. It is a place where stars gather, so it is easy to observe in the night sky. On the nights of January and February every year, the famous Orion hangs high in the south of the central area of the sky.
The three equidistant bright stars are the hunter’s glittering belt, and the four brighter stars at both ends are the hunter’s shoulders and legs. There are also several small stars on the lower side of the “belt”, which is the hunter’s sword. Among all the constellations in the sky, there is no other constellation comparable to Orion.