In the ancient Greek mythology, the moon goddess Artemis, was the god of the sun Apollo's sister. She was very beautiful, and also was a very powerful archer who was in charge of the hunting and drove a silver carriage in the sky every night. This carriage represented everything in the dark including cold, lonely, and the souls’ road. And she was the patron saint of unmarried girls in the Greek gods - she was also unmarried, and about this there was a sad story.
Poseidon's son, Oleg Weng, was very fond of archery. Moreover, he was a very good hunter, and liked rushing on the sea every day. Once, he met with the Artemis, and as a result of their common hobby, they admired each other and fell in love quickly. So they often hunted together in the jungle and flew above the sea. But the goddess's elder brother Apollo hated Oleg Weng very much, and did not approve of his sister’s being with Oleg Weng, so he was determined to kill Oleg Weng. One day, when Oleg Weng flew above the sea, Apollo fell the golden light on Oleg Weng to hide him, so that no one could see Oleg Weng, and then went to encourage his sister, moon goddess, to take aim at the golden light. Goddess, of course, did not know this was her brother's plot, shooting an arrow just at the head of Oleg Weng. When learning what she shot at was her sweet heart, she plunged into despair, crying day and night.
In order to treasure her love forever, she requested Zeus to raised Oleg Weng to the paradise, wishing to see him when she was driving the silver carriage. Zeus accepted her request. So Oleg Weng became the constellation - Orion. The goddess swore that she would not get married so that she could always accompanied Oleg Weng in the night sky.