As you make your way home from New Years Eve Parties, make sure you look to the west! The great constellation of Orion will be setting 

When to look: From 12am – 4am, 1st January

Which direction to look: Very low to the western horizon


Something Interesting:

You may be familiar with “The Saucepan” the group of stars shaped like a sauce pan. While not recognised by the International Astronomy Union as a constellation, it is recognised as an asterism –  a prominent group of stars in a pattern that is smaller than a constellation.

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There’s always something interesting happening in the night sky and country WA is the best place to catch all the action!