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The Aquila constellation has seven stars with known planets and has no Messier objects, according to Constellation Guide. Altair, or Alpha Aquilae is the brightest star in Aquila and the 12th brightest star in the sky, More »

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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 confine... More »

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The North Star, also known as Polaris, is a part of the constellation Ursa Minor. Ursa Minor is also referred to as the Little Bear or the Little Dipper. More »

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A pattern in the stars is called a constellation. According to the Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope Network, the sky is divided into 88 official constellation groups. The constellation groups are referred to as a... More »

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Most constellation maps, or star charts, are circular and labelled with the four cardinal directions and the names of constellations and their major stars. Star charts are also marked with the time of year they represent... More »

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A group of stars in the sky that can be viewed from the Earth is known as a constellation. There are 88 known constellations that exist in the sky. More »

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The constellation Sagittarius has 22 known stars. The brightest stars in this constellation are Epsilon, Delta, Zeta, Phi, Sigma, Eta, Tau, Lambda and Gamma-2 Sagittarii. Sagittarius is in the southern night skies, and i... More »

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