What 3 stars make up the Winter Triangle? Did you know that there is also a Winter Triangle formed by the three stars, Sirius, Betelgeuse, and Procyon? Each of these bright stars belongs to a different constellation.
What is the great Winter Triangle? The Winter Triangle, also known as the Great Southern Triangle, is a collection of some of the brightest stars in the winter sky and includes Sirius, Betelgeuse, and Procyon.
When can you see the Winter Triangle? Visibility. The Winter Triangle asterism is visible for much of the night in the northern hemisphere when it is high in the sky at mid-northern latitudes, from December to March. However, the Winter Triangle can also be seen during autumn in the early morning to the East.
How do you find the Winter Triangle?