Where are the summer and winter triangles in the starry sky?

The three brightest stars of the summer night sky: Vega (a Lyra), Deneb (a Cygnus), Altair (a Orla) form the vertices of a triangle – the dominant configuration of the brightest stars of this season of the year.
The three brightest stars of the constellations Orion, Canis Major and Canis Minor – Betelgeuse, Sirius and Procyon form an equilateral figure called the Winter Triangle.

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