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- Alpha Andromedae : Alpha Andromedae, or Alpheratz, is a bright star in the constellation Andromeda
- Alpha Aquarii : Second brightest star in the constellation Aquarius.
- Andromeda Galaxy : Nearest large spiral galaxy to the Milky Way, also known as Messier 31
- Beta Andromedae : Beta Andromedae, or Mirach, is a bright star in the constellation Andromedae
- Beta Aquarii : Brightest star of the constellation Aquarius.
- Delta Aquarii : Third brightest star in the constellation Aquarius.
- Effect of sun angle on climate : Seasonal change in the angle of sunlight, caused by the tilt of the Earth's axis, is the basic mechanism that results in warmer weather in summer than in winter.
- Epsilon Aquarii : A 4th magnitude star in the constellation Aquarius.
- Gamma Andromedae : Gamma Andromedae, also known as Almach, is the third brightest star in the constellation Andromeda
- Gamma Aquarii : A bright star in the constellation Aquarius.
- NGC 104 : A globular cluster located in constellation Tucana.
- NGC 205 : A small, elliptical satellite galaxy of the Andromeda Galaxy.
- NGC 221 : NGC 221 or Messier 32, is an elliptical satellite galaxy of the Andromeda Galaxy
- NGC 362 : Globular cluster located in constellation Tucana.
- NGC 6694 : An open cluster located in the constellation Scutum.
- NGC 7089 : A bright globular cluster, also known as Messier 2.
- NGC 752 : Bright and sparse open cluster in the constellation of Andromeda.
- Right ascension : Angular distance of a celestial body or point on the celestial sphere, measured eastward from the vernal equinox along the celestial equator to the hour circle of the body or point and expressed in degrees or hours.