Orienteering and determining the cardinal directions at night by stars is quite complicated, and not everyone is able to find the right constellation to determine where the south, north, east, west are. Such a difficulty lies in the fact that it’s rather difficult to find the stars you need in the sky. To navigate the stars need some practice! If you really may need star orientation, practice in an urban setting, try to find and determine where which side of the world is. We recommend that you familiarize yourself with how to navigate without a compass?
NORTHERN STARIENTING IN THE NORTH HEMISPHERE
ORIENTATION BY THE POLAR STAR
A polar star in our sky is always in one place, or rather, the difference between a polar star and a polar pole is 1 degree. Therefore, the polar star always points north. In order to find the polar star, you need to do the following: in the night sky you need to find the constellation Ursa Major, it looks like a large bucket and consists of seven stars, three extreme left stars