Orion is a constellation that is visible in the evening sky in Finland during the winter, best in January. It consists of eight stars. In the middle of the constellation is a chain of three equally bright stars, the belt of Orion. Several myths have been associated with this constellation in different cultures. In the Finnish tradition, of course, these are related to the Kalevala.
The card image is an illustration and the stellar nebula in the background is an imaginary area of space drawn by Ronja.