Winter Sky Panorama (with star names)
This is a panorama of the main constellations of the northern winter sky, from Orion in the south (bottom) to Auriga in the north (top), with the Milky Way running down the frame. This area of sky contains loads of bright stars and is prominent all thru the winter months.
— Capella in Auriga,
— Aldebaran and the Pleiades in Taurus,
— Betelgeuse, Rigel and the Belt Stars in Orion
— Procyon in Canis Minor
— Castor and Pollux in Gemini
Just off the frame below Orion is Sirius in Canis Major.
By Astronomy Calgary