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Yes, it's just what people see or recognise in the stellar patterns and the role it plays in their culture and myths. Other cultures have different constellations, in the great free app Stellarium, you can select different cultures and see how they perceived the night sky. - Source: Reddit / about 12 hours ago
It's here and it's pretty good: https://stellarium.org/. - Source: Reddit / about 19 hours ago
Probably it was the star Vega, from the Lyra constellation. You can check it here if you want, or you can download Stellarium to your computer, it's a free planetarium software that will help you a lot recognizing things you see or searching things you want to see. - Source: Reddit / 13 days ago
Use a free app or check https://stellarium.org (or the web-version). The observable planets are roughly south and visible as bright dots when up. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
I use 3$ app on android. I noted it's 14$ for iPhone. I don't see any mention of app support on stellarium.org -- curious. Also I'm shocked to find just 92 of us on the r/. - Source: Reddit / 16 days ago
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