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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]
  • Apus [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Musca and Pavo, first defined in the late sixteenth century, its name meaning 'no feet' in Greek. [e]
  • Aquarius [r]: Constellation in the equatorial region of the Southern Hemisphere near Pisces and Aquila, the 11th member of the zodiac, its name is Latin for 'water-bearer' or 'cup-bearer'. [e]
  • Aquila [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere and the Milky Way near Aquarius and Serpens Cauda, its name is Latin for 'eagle'. [e]
  • Ara [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near the constellations Norma and Telescopium, its name is Latin for 'altar'. [e]
  • Aries [r]: A constellation in the northern sky symbolized by a ram. [e]
  • Auriga [r]: A constellation in the northern sky. [e]
  • Boötes [r]: Northern sky constellation with 140 stars including Arcturus (α Bootis), the third-brightest star in the night sky. [e]
  • Caelum [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Columba and Eridanus, its name means 'the chisel' in Latin. [e]
  • Camelopardalis [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere in the large space between Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, and Perseus, its name is Latin for 'giraffe'. [e]
  • Cancer (constellation) [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Leo and Gemini, fourth member of the zodiac, its name is Latin for 'crab'. [e]
  • Canes Venatici [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Ursa Major and Boötes, under the handle of the Big Dipper, its name is Latin for 'hunting dogs'. [e]
  • Canis Major [r]: A southern constellation containing Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky, symbolized as a large dog. [e]
  • Canis Minor [r]: A constellation in the northern sky symbolized as a little dog. [e]
  • Capricornus [r]: A constellation in the southern sky. It is surrounded by Aquarius, Aquila, Sagittarius, Microscopium and Piscis Austrinus. [e]
  • Carina [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Volans and Vela that contains the star Canopus, its name is Latin for 'keel'. [e]
  • Cassiopeia [r]: W-shaped constellation in the Northern Hemisphere between Andromeda and Cepheus, named after the wife of Cepheus king of the Ethiopians, in Greek mythology. [e]
  • Centaurus [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Vela and Lupus, named after the race of creatures, part horse and part man, living in the mountains of Thessaly and Arcadia, Greek mythology. [e]
  • Cepheus [r]: A constellation in the northern sky. [e]
  • Cetus [r]: Constellation in the equatorial region of the Southern Hemisphere near Aquarius and Eridanus, its name refers to Cetus, a sea monster in Greek mythology. [e]
  • Chamaeleon [r]: Constellation in the southern polar region near Apus and Mensa, named after the chameleon, a form of lizard. [e]
  • Circinus [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Musca and Triangulum Australe, its name is Latin for 'compass'. [e]
  • Columba [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Caelum and Puppis, its name is Latin for 'Dove'. [e]
  • Coma Berenices [r]: Constellation in the northern sky near Boötes and Leo that contains a prominent cluster of galaxies and the north pole of the Milky Way, its name is Latin for 'Berenice's Hair'. [e]
  • Constellation [r]: An officially recognised formation of stars, such as the Big Dipper or Orion. [e]
  • Corona Australis [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Telescopium and Sagittarius, its name is Latin for 'Southern Crown'. [e]
  • Corona Borealis [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere between Hercules and Boötes, its name is Latin for 'Northern Crown'. [e]
  • Corvus [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Crater and Virgo, its name is Latin for 'Crow'. [e]
  • Crater (constellation) [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Hydra and Corvus, its name is Latin for 'mixing bowl'. [e]
  • Crux [r]: A constellation in the southern sky with 54 stars, symbolized as the Southern Cross. [e]
  • Cygnus [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Lacerta and Lyra, containing the star Deneb, its name is Latin for 'Swan'. [e]
  • Delphinus [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Pegasus and Aquila, its name is Latin for 'Dolphin'. [e]
  • Dorado [r]: Constellation of the Southern Hemisphere near Reticulum and Pictor, containing a great portion of the large Magellanic Cloud, its name is Spanish for 'dolphinfish'. [e]
  • Draco (constellation) [r]: Constellation in the polar region of the Northern Hemisphere near Cepheus and Ursa Major, its name is Latin for 'Dragon'. [e]
  • Equuleus [r]: Northern Hemisphere constellation near Aquarius, right ascension 21 hours, declination 10° north, its name is Latin for 'Little Horse'. [e]
  • Eridanus [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Fornax and Cetus, its name is from the mythical river associated with the myth of Phaeton, in Greek mythology. [e]
  • Fornax [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Sculptor and Eridanus, its name is Latin for 'furnace'. [e]
  • Gemini [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere containing the stars Castor and Pollux, the third member of the zodiac, its name is Latin for 'Twins'. [e]
  • Grus [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Indus and Phoenix, its name is Latin for 'crane'. [e]
  • Hercules (constellation) [r]: Northern constellation located between Lyra and Corona Borealis, named after the Roman mythological hero adapted from the Greek hero Heracles. [e]
  • Horologium [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Hydrus, Eridanus, and Reticulum, its name is Latin for 'horologe', a form of ship's clock. [e]
  • Hydra (constellation) [r]: Stellar onstellation in the equatorial region of the southern sky near Cancer, Libra, and Centaurus, from Greek (water snake). [e]
  • Hydrus [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Tucana and Mensa, its name is Latin for 'male water snake' (not to be confused with hydra). [e]
  • Indus [r]: a constellation in the southern sky. [e]
  • Lacerta [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Cygnus and Andromeda, its name is Latin for 'lizard'. [e]
  • Leo Minor [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Leo and Ursa Major, its name is Latin for 'smaller lion'. [e]
  • Leo [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Cancer and Virgo, containing the bright stars Regulus and Denebola, the fifth member of the zodiac, its name is Latin for 'Lion'. [e]
  • Lepus [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Orion and Columba, its name is Latin for 'hare'. [e]
  • Libra [r]: Zodiac constellation in the southern sky. [e]
  • Lupus [r]: Please do not use this term in your topic list, because there is no single article for it. Please substitute a more precise term. See Lupus (disambiguation) for a list of available, more precise, topics. Please add a new usage if needed.
  • Lynx [r]: Constellation in the northern sky near Ursa Major and Auriga, named after the lynx, a genus of cat. [e]
  • Lyra [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Cygnus and Hercules and containing Vega, its name is Latin for 'lyre'. [e]
  • Mensa (constellation) [r]: Southern constellation between Hydrus and Volans, its name is Latin for 'table'. [e]
  • Messier object [r]: Systematic list of nebulae, galaxies, and star clusters, first compiled and published in 1771 by Charles Messier, it originally contained 45 objects, later superseded by the New General Catalogue (NGC). [e]
  • Microscopium [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere, its name is Latin for 'microscope'. [e]
  • Monoceros [r]: A constellation in the southern sky. [e]
  • Musca [r]: Constellation in the polar region of the Southern Hemisphere near Apus and Carina, its name is Latin for 'fly'. [e]
  • NGC 6853 [r]: A planetary nebula of large apparent diameter and low surface brightness in the constellation Vulpecula, about 1,360 light years away. [e]
  • Norma [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere within the Milky Way near Lupus and Ara, its name is Latin for 'carpenter's square'. [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]
  • Ophiuchus [r]: A constellation in the southern sky. [e]
  • Orion [r]: A constellation in the southern sky. [e]
  • Pavo [r]: Constellation in the southern sky with 129 stars, symbolized as a peacock. [e]
  • Pegasus [r]: Northern constellation lying SW of Andromeda and SE of Cygnus, named for the mythological winged horse Pegasus. [e]
  • Perseus [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Andromeda and Auriga, named after the legendary hero in Greek mythology. [e]
  • Phoenix [r]: Constellation in the southern sky. [e]
  • Pictor [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Columba and Dorado, its name in Latin means 'to paint', with the symbol, a painter's easel. [e]
  • Pisces [r]: Constellation in the equatorial region of the Northern Hemisphere near Aries and Pegasus, the 12th member of the zodiac, its name is Latin for 'fish'. [e]
  • Piscis Austrinus [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Aquarius and Grus, its name is Latin for 'southern fish'. [e]
  • Puppis [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Canis Major and Pyxis, its name is Latin for the 'poop deck' on a ship. [e]
  • Pyxis [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere, near Antlia and Puppis, its name is Latin for a mariner's compass. [e]
  • Reticulum [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Dorado and Horologium, its name is Latin for 'net'. [e]
  • Sagittarius [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Scorpius and Capricorn, the ninth member of the zodiac, its name is Latin for 'archer'. [e]
  • Sagitta [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Aquila and Vulpecula, its name is Latin for 'arrow'. [e]
  • Scorpius [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Libra and Sagittarius, containing the bright red star Antares, and the eighth member of the zodiac, its name is Latin for 'scorpion'. [e]
  • Sculptor (constellation) [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Cetus and Phoenix, originally named Apparatus Sculptoris, it was shortened to Sculptor. [e]
  • Scutum [r]: Southern constellation, right ascension 19 hours, declination 10° south, its name is Latin for 'shield'. [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]
  • Sextans [r]: Constellation in the equatorial region of the sky near Leo and Hydra, its name is Latin for 'sextant', an astronomical instrument. [e]
  • Taurus [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Orion and Aries, the second member of the zodiac, its name is Latin for 'bull'. [e]
  • Telescopium [r]: Constellation in the Southern Hemisphere between Pavo and Sagittarius, its name is the Latinized form of the Greek word for 'telescope'. [e]
  • Triangulum Australe [r]: Constellation in the polar region of the southern sky near Apus and Norma, its name is Latin for 'southern triangle'. [e]
  • Triangulum [r]: Constellation in the northern sky near Aries and Andromeda, its name is Latin for 'triangle'. [e]
  • Tucana [r]: Constellation in the polar region of the Southern Hemisphere near Indus and Hydrus, containing the smaller Magellanic Clouds, its name is Latin for 'toucan'. [e]
  • Ursa Major [r]: Constellation in the northern sky, also known as the 'Great Bear', the 'Big Dipper' and the 'Plough'. [e]
  • Ursa Minor [r]: Constellation in the northern sky, having the shape of a ladle with Polaris at the tip of its handle, its name is Latin for 'little bear'. [e]
  • Vela [r]: A constellation in the southern sky. [e]
  • Virgo [r]: Constellation in the region of the celestial equator between Leo and Libra, the sixth member of the zodiac, its name is Latin for 'virgin'. [e]
  • Volans [r]: Constellation in the polar region of the celestial Southern Hemisphere near Carina and Dorado, its name is Latin for 'flying fish', having being shortened from Piscis Volans. [e]