If it’s a clear night, why not give stargazing a go? Follow Simon’s tips above.
How many of these can you spot?
- the constellation Orion
- Sirius, the brightest star in our sky
- a blue moon
- the constellation Ursa Major, the Great Bear
- the constellations Pegasus and Andromeda – you’ll see the Andromeda Galaxy as it was when the light left it 2.5 million years ago
- Polaris, the Pole Star or North Star.