Of the eighty-eight officially recognized constellations in the sky, can you identify the thirty-ninth largest one? It is bordered on the north by Triangulum and Perseus, on the south by Pisces the Fish, Cetus the Whale and Taurus the Bull, on the west by Pisces again, and on the east by Taurus again. Three middling-bright stars – Hamal, Sheratan and Mesarthim, form its head, however the rest of this constellation is in one of the darkest regions of the night sky, and there are no familiar nebulas or star clusters within its borders. But a handful of its stars are known to have planets orbiting them. In mythology this animal represents the golden fleece, sought by Jason and his Argonauts in the land of Colchis. Tonight the moon is nestled among the stars of this elusive constellation. Can you name this star figure, the first constellation of the Zodiac? The answer is Aries the Ram, high in the southwest after sunset.