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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.
- Declination : Angular distance to a point on a celestial object, measured north or south from the celestial equator.
- Delta Aquarii : Third brightest star in the constellation Aquarius.
- 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 2287 : An open cluster in the Canis Major constellation, lying four degrees south of Sirius.
- 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.