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Oct 15, 2021

[Answer] Which constellation appears on the Alaskan flag?

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...1. Ursa Minor 2. Ursa Major 3. Orion's Belt 4. Cassiopeia




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Ursa Major - In 1926, more than 30 years before Alaska became an official state, it held a competition for a territorial flag design. The winning entry was created by 13-year-old Benny Benson, a boy living in an orphanage. It prominently displays the North Star (Polaris) and the Ursa Major constellation, also known as the Great Bear. In 1927, the Alaskan legislature approved the design, and it's been their flag ever since, even surviving their transition into statehood in 1959.:


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