Astronomers have created a new constellation-themed tattoo.
The tattoo depicts the constellation Orion with the stars, with a starburst in the centre.
This constellation tattoo was created by the team of Professor Daniela Sosniewska and Dr Aline Wieczorek from the University of Graz in Austria, the paper reported.
They described the tattoo as a way of exploring the constellation of Orion, which has a diameter of about 4,400 kilometres (2,600 miles).
The stars in Orion’s constellational tattoos are stars known as Orionid meteors.
The stars that the constellation tattoo represents are known as starburst stars, and are associated with the Orion constellation.
According to the paper, the constellation tattoos are not the first to use the stars to explore a constellation, and were the first that had the stars tattooed on a human body.
The scientists behind the new constellation tattoos created the tattoo by using an array of stars in space and in space close to the eyes, they said.
The team is currently using the tattoo on the neck of a male, who is believed to be around 70 years old, to study the effects of radiation on the human body and to look for ways to protect against it, the team said.