On Chiron & Eris in the Orion nebula of the Milky Way galaxy, there is a set of 12 different zodiac constellations.
Differences between the nebula & SaturnEdit
The zodiac of Saturn is part of the Andromeda galaxy, which is too far away to even be seen from the Milky Way, let alone the zodiac. Along with the distance, the stars are too distantly faint to make out a perfect constellation & will look like one individual star to the naked eye.
Differences between Chiron & ErisEdit
The constellations of Chiron are named differently & are related to owls that used to dominate Chiron ages before humans in the universe arrived.
The constellations of Eris are named differently & are related to the Sky Spirits.