Can the constellation Eagle be observed in July? Constellation Orion?

Take your time to answer. It would seem that in July the constellation Eagle is in the opposite side of the sky to the Sun and is visible all summer night, while the constellation Orion, on the contrary, is not visible near the daylight. This is certainly correct, but only for our latitudes. In the northern polar latitudes, for example, in July, the Sun does not set below the horizon, and you will not see any constellations at all, unless, of course, there is a total solar eclipse. And if you go south, then you can see the constellation of the Eagle, and the constellation of Orion, which will become visible before sunrise, and in the southern temperate latitudes also in the evening.

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