The constellation Leo dominates the southern sky, with Regulus its brightest star

One of the most prominent constellations in the spring sky is Leo. During the winter, it has climbed out of the eastern sky and now dominates the south. The constellation is one of the oldest to be recognised in its current form. The Mesopotamians recognised this grouping of stars about 4,000 years ago.

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