Using NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, to look at the Orion constellation, if you start from the left of the famous hunter's belt, then take a right at the second star and head straight to a shimmering star-forming cloud, you'll arrive at the great nebula of Orion. This tangle of dusty clouds and newborn stars is showcased in the image above! Below is a feature going into more details about this constellation. More information is online at http://www.nasa.gov/wise and http://wise.astro.ucla.edu and http://jpl.nasa.gov/wise .
Once you and your little star gazers have read all about NASA's work and the image above, use the printable Peter Pan Star Locator Tools to take a look at your own night sky! Contemplate the vastness of outer space and take a guess as to where Neverland might just exist!
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