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Summer constellations

Learn which constellations you can see in the summer

These constellations you can see during summer

Summer constellations are those best seen in the evening night sky from late June to late September in the northern hemisphere and from late December to late March in the southern hemisphere.

In addition to the circumpolar constellations-Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Draco, Ursa Major, and Ursa Minor in the northern hemisphere and Carina, Centaurus, and Crux in the southern hemisphere-there are several prominent constellations that dominate the summer sky. For northern observers, these are the three constellations whose brightest stars (Altair, Deneb, and Vega) form the summer triangle - Aquila, Cygnus, and Lyra - along with the southern zodiacal signs of Sagittarius and Scorpio, and the major constellations of Hercules and Serpent Bearer in the north.

zodiac constellations

  • Aquarius Constellation
  • Aries Constellation
  • Capricornus Constellation
  • Cancer Constellation
  • Gemini Constellation
  • Leo Constellation
  • Libra Constellation
  • Pisces Constellation
  • Sagittarius Constellation
  • Scorpius Constellation
  • Taurus Constellation
  • Virgo Constellation

most famous constellations

  • Aquila Constellation
  • Auriga Constellation
  • The Big Dipper Asterism
  • Bootes Constellation
  • Canis Major Constellation
  • Canis Minor Constellation
  • Cassiopeia Constellation
  • Corona Borealis Constellation
  • Cygnus Constellation
  • Hercules Constellation
  • Leo Minor Constellation
  • Little Dipper Asterism
  • Orion Constellation
  • Pegasus Constellation
  • Perseus Constellation
  • Ursa Major Constellation
  • Ursa Minor Constellation

CONSTELLATIONS BY SEASONS

  • Constellations in spring
  • Constellations in summer
  • Constellations in autumn
  • Constellations in winter