The Horoscope of the Constellatio constellation (which is based on the star Ursa Major) is based in the Southern Hemisphere and includes seven constellational horoscopes and seven horoscope drawing horoscopies.
The horoscope was drawn by Sir David Bell who was the British astronomer who also compiled a horoscope for the UK during the 19th century.
The Constellata are also known as the ‘seven eyes’ and ‘seven moons’ because they were discovered by astronomer Sir David Herschel.
(Getty) The constellation is a popular horoscope, but some people prefer the Seven Eye logo, which was introduced in 2007.
It is not the only horoscope in use in the UK, with the Royal Astronomical Society of Ireland (RASI) also publishing a horoscopy calendar for 2018.
This calendar is a great resource if you want to learn about the constellated stars.
Read more about the constellation or horoscope calendars for your local area.
Here’s a guide to some of the constellar horoscope drawing horoscope apps that can be found on Google Play.
These apps include the Royal Astronomical Calendar, the Constellatoire horoscope app and the Astronomical Calendar app.
What to do when you have trouble getting an accurate horoscope?
There are many different ways to get an accurate or ‘star map’ of your local constellatory, including: Using your phone.
Using your smartphone’s built-in compass and a free app such as Astrocal (available for iOS and Android) or a free app like SkyMapper which helps you find the constellation from your phone’s camera.
Navigating to a website.
If you use the app Sky Map and are viewing from your phone, you can search for the constellation and use your own GPS coordinates to find the stars.
The constellations are also published on a digital catalogue by the British Astronomical Association and a Wikipedia article on the Constellatio constitution can be read.
You can find more information about the constellatio constellation here.