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  2. Constellation Field | Space Cowboys -

    Constellation Field features privately-owned, fully furnished, climate-controlled luxury suites with padded balcony seats. Each suite accommodates up to 25 guests.

  3. Stadium Map | Space Cowboys -

    Constellation Field Features Upcoming Events Plan an Event With Us Stadium Map Directions & Parking A-Z Ballpark Guide Front Office Staff Partners Community

  4. Constellation Field | Event Venues | Visit Sugar Land, Texas

    Constellation Field is the home of the Sugar Land Space Cowboys, the official Triple-A Minor League Baseball affiliate of the Houston Astros. The ballpark’s multi-purpose design features a variety of dynamic settings accommodating everything from intimate catered events to large festivals.

  5. Constellation Field Home of the Sugar Land Space Cowboys

    Constellation Field is a comparatively new ballpark, but the Astros' purchase of Sugar Land's team has resulted in a bevy of recent improvements. On the fan-facing side of the equation, this includes a new ballpark concessionaire, revamped group areas and a significantly expanded playground.

  6. Home | Sugar Land Holiday Lights

    experience more than 3 million lights, 10 themed areas, holiday shopping, great food, holiday movie nights, a carnival and much more! constellation field | 1 stadium dr., sugar land, tx 77498

  7. Constellation Field - Wikipedia

    Constellation Field has one of the largest scoreboards in minor league baseball. It is also unique in that its shape resembles Texas' borders. The scoreboard, constructed by TS Sports, rises almost 100 feet above the playing field. Additionally, Constellation Field has a traditional, manually operated scoreboard in the left-field wall.

  8. Because the constellations are in a fixed location, they are often used as landmarks in the sky. Many stars, nebulae, and other objects are named after the constellations they are found in. For example, meteor showers are named for the constellation where the meteors appear to be coming from.