The star Betelgeuse (αOri)
This detailed photograph of the Orion constellation is rich nebulae. The Flame Nebula is on the left of the 'belt' and the Orion Nebula pops at the bottom of the 'sword'.
The Orion constellation is easily recognizable by the bright red Betelgeuse 'shoulder', three stars to form the 'belt' and a sword tipped with a nebula visible to the naked eye.
Brilliant orange Betelgeuse is a red supergiant that adorns Orion's shoulder and is one of the largest stars the human eye can perceive. In our solar system, the edge of Betelgeuse would extend beyond the orbit of Mars.