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  • Andromeda (constellation) [r]: Constellation in the northern sky, which is surrounded by Auriga, Perseus, Aries, Cetus, Eridanus, Orion and Gemini. [e]
  • Antlia [r]: Constellation in the southern sky, which is surrounded by Hydra, Pyxis, Vela and Centaurus. [e]
  • Fornax [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Sculptor and Eridanus, its name is Latin for 'furnace'. [e]
  • Mechane [r]: Crane used in Greek theatre, especially in the fifth and fourth centuries BC, made of wooden beams and pulley systems, used to lift an actor into the air, usually representing flight. [e]
  • Mensa (constellation) [r]: Southern constellation between Hydrus and Volans, its name is Latin for 'table'. [e]
  • Microscopium [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere, its name is Latin for 'microscope'. [e]
  • NGC 7078 [r]: A globular cluster in the constellation Pegasus, with a distance of about 33,600 light-years from Earth. [e]
  • Octans [r]: Constellation that includes the southern celestial pole, its name is Latin for the eighth part of a circle, but it is actually named after the 'octant', a navigational instrument. [e]
  • Sagitta [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Aquila and Vulpecula, its name is Latin for 'arrow'. [e]
  • Sculptor (constellation) [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Cetus and Phoenix, originally named Apparatus Sculptoris, it was shortened to Sculptor. [e]
  • Serpens [r]: Constellation in the equatorial region of the northern sky, made up of two parts, Serpens Cauda, the tail, and Serpens Caput, the head, both near Hercules and Ophiuchus, its name is Latin for 'serpent'. [e]
  • Vulpecula [r]: Constellation in the celestial Northern Hemisphere near Cygnus and Sagitta, its name is Latin for 'little fox'. [e]