Orion is Winter's most dominant constellation, arriving late Autumn and not leaving until early Spring.

While most objects here are more suitable for medium or large telescopes, quite a number of objects are binocular-accessible.

In particular, the Orion Nebula (M42) and The Trapezium can certainly be enjoyed—if not fully explored—with binoculars.

Click on alpha Orionis or any other orange-coloured object.


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