Legends of Zodiac Constellations in One Sentence
A ram that holds the fleece that Team Jason uses to save the day.
What Zeus changed into to get it on with Europa.
Persephone teaches out of control bull to calm down.
Pollux and Castor: an example of true brotherly love.
Just another errand on Hercules’ his twelve labor to-do list.
Hercules’ first labor on his twelve labor to-do list.
Demeter risks Earth’s well-being in order to find her missing daughter, Persephone.
Scales of justice that are used by the goddesses of justice and harvest.
The scorpion that puts an end to Orion’s hunting activities, permanently.
A man who somehow can’t get along with snakes and also crushes scorpions.
The good doctor Asclepius to tried to kill death.
Commonly known as Chiron, a wise centaur who has venerable heels.
A centaur who’s into archery.
A satyr (human with a horses’ tail) named Crotus, who invented the bow.
Lusty sea-goat, Pan, who plays the flute and is an excellent security system.
Zeus’ water bearing hunk toy, Ganymede.
Fish that rescues love goddesses and god Aphrodite and Eros.
For detailed information, the Wikipedia articles are good or you can go here: http://www.gods-and-monsters.com/constellation-myths.html (godsandmonsters.com), except for Ophiuchus (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ophiuchus).