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con·stel·la·tion
[kon-stuh-ley-shuhn]
NOUN
1.
a group or configuration of ideas, feelings, characteristics, objects, etc., that are related in some way: a constellation of qualities that made her particularly suited to the job.
2.
any brilliant, outstanding group or assemblage: a constellation of great scientists.
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Constellation - Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constellation

A constellation is formally defined as a region of the celestial sphere, with boundaries laid down by the International Astronomical Union (IAU). The constellation ...

Constellation Guide | StarDate Online

stardate.org/nightsky/constellations

The International Astronomical Union recognizes 88 constellations covering the entire northern and southern sky. Here is a selection of the most familiar and ...

Constellation List

www.astro.wisc.edu/~dolan/constellations/constellation_list.html

Alphabetical listing of constellations. Andromeda · Antlia · Apus · Aquarius · Aquila · Ara · Aries · Auriga · Boötes · Caelum · Camelopardalis · Cancer · Canes  ...

Stars and Constellations - UW-Madison Astronomy

www.astro.wisc.edu/~dolan/constellations/

Information by alphabetical and monthly, FAQ, and supplementary information.

The Constellations | IAU

www.iau.org/public/themes/constellations/

When were the first constellations recorded? Archaeological studies have identified possible astronomical markings painted on the walls in the cave system at ...

88 Officially Recognized Constellations - StarChild - NASA

starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/StarChild/questions/88constellations.html

Latin Name, English Name or Description. Andromeda, Princess of Ethiopia. Antlia, Air pump. Apus, Bird of Paradise. Aquarius, Water bearer. Aquila, Eagle.

Constellations - Jim Kaler

stars.astro.illinois.edu/sow/const.html

The classical -- "ancient" -- constellations that populate our sky began in the lands of the middle east thousands of years ago, their origins largely lost to time.

The Constellations - Enchanted Learning Software

www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/astronomy/stars/constellations.shtml

A constellation is a group of stars that, when seen from Earth, form a pattern. There are 88 constellations.