What Is the Smallest Constellation?

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The smallest constellation is Crux which is also called the Southern Cross. The brightest star in this constellation is known as Acrux. This constellation is very visible in the Southern Hemisphere. You can find more information here: http://www.windows.ucar.edu/the_universe/crux.html
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The smallest constellation is Crux, the Southern Cross. It is visible
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Going by total area occupied in the sky, the largest (and longest) constellation is Hydra, the water snake. It appears in the spring sky in the evening. The smallest, oddly enough
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Crux. Crux is only 68 square degrees, however there are quite a few open star clusters and the Coal Sack nebula in this constellation.
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