Another great week is here. The constellation of Orion continues to dominate the evening sky. While Orion may be the brightest of the 88 constellations, his neighbor Eridanus is much larger than Orion. Eridanus is named after the Euphrates river. But this constellation is much dimmer than Orion. Also, in the evening sky look for winter triangle which consists of the stars Sirius, Betelgeuse- above Sirius, and to their left Procyon. While the planets Venus and Jupiter sparkle in the predawn sky. After the great lunar eclipse, the moon is now in its last-quarter phase. Enjoy the view. https://www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/this-weeks-sky-at-a-glance-january-25-february-2/