How many stars are on the alaska state flag

How many stars are on the alaska state flag

What constellation appears on the Alaskan flag?

Ursa Major

Does Alaska have its own flag?

Alaska adopted the flag for official state use in 1959. The blue field represents the sky, the sea, and mountain lakes, as well as Alaska’s wildflowers. Emblazoned on the flag are eight gold stars: seven from the constellation Ursa Major, or the Big Dipper.

Who created the Alaskan flag?

Benny Benson

What does Alaska’s state flag mean?

Alaska’s state flag features The Big Dipper (“Ursa Major” or “Great Bear” constellation) as a symbol of strength, and Polaris (the North Star ) as a symbol of Alaska’s northern location and “the ever constant star for the mariner, the explorer, hunter, trapper, prospector, woodsman, and the surveyor” (

What is the color of Alaska?


State Color 3 Name(s)
Alaska none none
Arizona none Federal Blue and Old Gold
Arkansas none none
California none Blue and Gold

Which US state flag has the most stars?

flag of Alaska

What is the main language spoken in Alaska?


What is Alaska famous for?

“When it comes to wildlife, Alaska is famous for salmon, moose, caribou, bears, whales, bison, puffins, jellyfish, etc. When it comes to scenery, Alaska is famous for glaciers and fjords, mountains, and more lakes, rivers, and waterways than one could dream of. Alaska

Rick Randall

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