The constellation Pisces is made up of 21 main stars, according to Universe Today. The constellation is the 14th largest constellation, and contains as many as 86 minor stars and other deep-sky objects within its confines.
Pisces is a large constellation spanning approximately 890 square degrees of sky and is made up of a number of faint stars, with none brighter than a magnitude of 4. Noteworthy deep-sky objects that can be found within the constellation include the Pisces Dwarf Galaxy, as well as a number of spiral and irregular galaxies. These can be seen with the aid of instruments.