Auriga, a constellation in the northern celestial hemisphere. The name means "The Charioteer." Capella, the brightest star in Auriga, is the sixth brightest star in the night sky. The handle of the Little Dipper points toward Auriga.
The only thing that's lurking in the shadows during a lunar eclipse is the moon. When Earth's shadow blocks sunlight from directly illuminating a full moon, you're witnessing a lunar eclipse.
They exist in the netherworld between solar systems. Sometimes they arise after being ejected from their orbits, endlessly roaming the Milky Way. Could a nomad planet ever wander a little too close?