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Asterisms are patterns of stars seen in Earth's sky which are not official constellations. Examples include the Big and Little Dippers, the Teapot in Sagittarius, and the summer triangle. One ancient asterism, Coma Berenices, had its status upgraded to constellation when things were finalized.