The Zodiac family consists of 12 constellations. They are all visible along the ecliptic. Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpius, Sagittarius, Capricornus, Aquarius, and Pisces are the zodiac signs. The Sun also travels through Ophiuchus and Cetus, although they are not zodiac constellations.
Currently, there are no planets visible in Ophiuchus. However, there is a cluster of stars called the Ophiuchus Cluster that lies within this constellation. This cluster is made up of hundreds of stars including several massive ones known as supergiants. It is one of the nearest clusters to the Sun at about 250 light-years away.
In Cetus, there is one star named Rho Cassiopeiae which is a large, hot blue-white star located around 200 light-years from Earth. It has a surface temperature of about 11,500 degrees Fahrenheit (6,400 degrees Celsius).
Roughly halfway between the Earth and Mars is the planet Saturn. It can sometimes be seen with the naked eye even during daylight hours. In fact, it was first spotted by astronomer Galileo Galilei on 15 January 1610. He called it Saturo lunae ("Sun's moon").
Saturn is a huge planet with a diameter of 955 miles (1,542 km) and a mass about 70 times that of Earth.
Contrary to common opinion, there are 13 zodiacal constellations if you look at how scientists describe them. The Sun also travels through Ophiuchus in addition to Capricornus, Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpius, and Sagittarius. These are the constellations as recognized by ancient cultures around the world. Modern astronomers generally agree that these constellations are still being used even though some details about their borders have changed over time.
The Sun will travel through all of these constellations over a period of about six months, depending on where it is in its orbit. When viewed from Earth, the Sun appears to rise each day in the same part of the sky but set every night in a different place. So over time, the Sun is expected to pass through all twelve signs of the Zodiac.
However, due to our location within the Milky Way Galaxy, we also see stars from other galaxies passing through our galaxy and the universe at large every day. Scientists estimate that between five and seven such "intergalactic clouds" pass through our galaxy every year. Some of these clouds are so massive they can trigger star formation within our own galaxy. Others may destroy entire dwarf galaxies like the one that swallowed Upmaia._'
The Zodiac has been important to many cultures throughout history because it provides information about the weather and seasonally appropriate activities for your planet.
Capricornus, Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpius, Sagittarius, and Ophiuchus are among the 13 astronomical zodiac constellations, which include Capricornus, Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpius, Sagittarius, and Ophiuchus. The boundaries between constellations have changed over time; for example, astronomers used to consider Pisces the fish but now recognize it as a constellation in its own right.
Astronomers use astronomy terminology and symbols to describe objects in the sky. This includes stars, galaxies, meteor showers, and nebula (the clouds of gas left over from star formation). As well as being used to identify objects in the night sky, these terms can be used as labels for data archives or database tables.
Constellations were first used by Babylonians about 2,500 years ago. They made drawings of certain stars that appeared together to suggest animals, people, and other shapes. These drawings were used to guide farmers toward fertile land. Later scholars added more stars to existing constellations to improve their accuracy. For example, Capricornus has 31 stars today but only 27 were known back then.
The modern list of constellations is based on information gathered by astronomers over many centuries. It does not necessarily match the list found in traditional mythologies where each constellation has a unique story behind it.