Three bright stars make Winter Triangle asterism (an eye-catching pattern of stars visible to the naked-eye, as a part of one or several constellations, but not an official constellation itself): Sirius (center), Procyon (top left) and Betelgeuse (upper right). The yellow-red Betelgeuse is easy to locate, being a shoulder of constellation Orion which is completely visible at upper right of this image. The moonlit Winter landscape is in Tes plateau of Hungary; a region famous for its old windmills. © Tamas Ladanyi



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