The following lists of constellations are available: Modern constellations - a list of
the current constellations. Former constellations - a list of former constellations.
Alphabetical listing of constellations. Andromeda · Antlia · Apus · Aquarius ·
Aquila · Ara · Aries · Auriga · Boötes · Caelum · Camelopardalis · Cancer · Canes
The International Astronomical Union recognizes 88 constellations covering the
... Most constellation names are Latin in origin, dating from the Roman empire, ...
Constellation names, like the names of stars, come from a variety of sources and
each has a different story and meaning to it. Old constellations' names usually ...
In astronomical works, the Latin names of the constellations are used. The letter
N or S following the Latin name indicates whether the constellation is located to ...
Each Latin constellation name has two forms: the nominative, for use when
talking about the constellation itself, and the genitive, or possessive, which is
used in ...
The Latin names and meanings of the official 88 constellations are given below.
The original 48 constellations of Ptolemy are indicated with an asterisk *.
It seems like each constellation has several ways to pronounce it. There is an
excellent article in Sky & Telescope about constellation names that you can view
May 1, 2012 ... There are 88 officially recognized constellations in the sky, and these
astronomical patterns have a fascinating and long history. Forty-eight of ...
May 16, 2012 ... There are 13 popular constellations in the zodiac. But these are just some of the
star constellations astronomers use to divide the sky.