Which constellation in mid-latitudes is longer visible above the horizon: Orion or Ursa Major?

The constellation Ursa Major for mid-latitudes is non-setting, the constellation of Orion lies partially in the southern hemisphere and its stars rise and set in mid-latitudes. Consequently, the constellation Ursa Major is visible longer above the horizon than Orion.

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