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Southern HemisphereAndromeda

Eighty-eight Constellations

The celestial sphere is arbitrarily divided into eighty-eight constellations.

The names of these constellations are given as follows.

Andromeda Cygnus Orion

Antlia Delphinus Pavo

Apus Dorado Pegasus

Aquarius Draco Perseus

Aquila Equuleus Phoenix

Ara Eridanus Pictor

Aries Fornax Pisces

Auriga Gemini PiscisAustrinus

Bootes Grus Puppis

Caelum Hercules Pyxis

Camelopardalis Horologium Reticulum

Cancer Hydra Sagitta

CanesVenatici Hydrus Sagittarius

CanisMajor Indus Scorpius

CanisMinor Lacerta Sculptor

Capricornus Leo Scutum

Carina LeoMinor Serpens

Cassiopeia Lepus Sextans

Centaurus Libra Taurus

Cepheus Lupus Telescopium

Cetus Lynx Triangulum

Chamaeleon Lyra TriangulumAustrale

Circinus Mensa Tucana

Columba Microscopium UrsaMajor

ComaBerenices Monoceros UrsaMinor

CoronaAustralis Musca Vela

CoronaBorealis Norma Virgo

Corvus Octans Volans

Crater Ophiuchus Vulpecula

Crux

By applying the following function to each of the constellations you can produce a star atlas of the entire sky.

chart[constell_] := (
RadialStarChart[constell,
RadialAngle -> 35Degree,
ConstellationLabels -> True,
StarLabels -> True,
MilkyWay -> True,
Galaxies -> True, GalaxyLabels -> True,
Nebulae -> True, NebulaLabels -> True,
Clusters -> True, ClusterLabels -> True,
Mesh -> True,
StarColors -> True,
Epilog -> {RGBColor[1,1,0],
StarNames[constell]}];1;)

Southern HemisphereAndromeda



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