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I can find the big and little dippers. biggrin smilie
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@LorraineTwevlehundredRaineTwelvehundred lucky I can't even see those.

Look toward the north , and the big dipper will be visible in the early evening sky (if the sky is clear and your vision is normal) at about the position shown in the picture above. The little dipper is harder to see, because most of its stars are fainter, except for Polaris at the end of its handle.

Your statement is completely illogical. I find constellations all the time. Just because they were able to see things doesn't mean they were bored but creative