Ke Kā o Makali‘i

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Ke Kā o Makali‘i is a Polynesian constellation consisting of five stars in a curving formation in the shape of a bailer surrounding the western constellation orion. The constellation is seen to rise in the east like a cup and set in the west pouring onto the western horizon.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ University of Hawaii. "Hawaiian Star Lines and Names for Stars".