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Looking up at The Sky Peacock By:Imani Pryor
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pavo_constellation_map.png History behind the Peacock In 1603, Johnann Bayer discovered the Peacock in Uranometria. It is in the Southern skies You would see the Peacock on the African shore of the Mediterranean Sea Real name is Pavo, it is Latin The constellation would be found in the skies in June through August Bayer also discovered other birds, Apus, Grus, Phoenix, and Turana
Myth Buster ! Like every other constellation in space, they always have a story or myth behind their closets. The Peacock, or the Pavo was the symbol of the Goddess Hera. According to mythology, she was the Queen of all Gods. Hera was the goddess of women and marriage. She was the wife and older sister of the all mighty Zeus. Zeus is the King of all Gods. One day, Zeus commanded Hermes, the god of messaging, to rescue Io. However, Zeus warned Hermes about the one hundred eyed beast, Argus. Hermes played his flute and it had made Argus fall asleep. At this point Hermes had a chance to cut off his head. Then, Hera sent Io to where Zeus changed her back from a cow to a normal human. After Io was saved, Hera put all of Argus’s eyes on the end of her bird’s tail. http://images.fanpop.com/images/image_ uploads/Zeus-and-Hera-greek-mythology- 687002_1000_845.jpg \ Http://www.constellationsofwords.com/images/Pavo.jpg
Look up at the sky! Where would you find the Peacock? Why don’t you camp out on a beautiful summer night with your friends and try to find as many constellations as you can?You would find the Peacock constellation in the southern skies. During the times of June to August you should search in the stars for the Pavo. Sometimes in August, you can see the Peacock at nine ‘o’ clock at night. If you know your constellations good, the boarders of the Pavo are; the Octans, Apus, Ara, Telescopium, and Indus.
Cites Ll>. Lesikar, Arnold V. "Pavo." The Dome of the Sky. 1998-2009. Web. 19 Nov. 2009.
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