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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sagitta

Sagitta is a dim but distinctive constellation in the northern sky. Its name is Latin for "arrow", and ... Two star systems have been found to have planets.

www.constellation-guide.com/constellation-list/sagitta-constellation

In a different myth, Sagitta is identified as the arrow Apollo used to kill the Cyclopes because they had made the thunderbolts of Zeus that killed Apollo's son ...

www.universetoday.com/23306/sagitta

Jan 7, 2009 ... Sagitta belongs to the original 48 constellations charted by Ptolemy and it ... It was originally discovered by Philippe Loys de Chéseaux in 1746 ...

www.astronomytrek.com/star-constellation-facts-sagitta

Dec 8, 2016 ... Sagitta is the night sky's third smallest constellation, with its brightest star, the red ... Sagitta (“arrow”) is one of the original 48 constellations mentioned by Greek .... Cache of Colliding Supermassive Black Holes Discovered.

www.britannica.com/place/Sagitta-constellation

Sagitta: Latin “Arrow” constellation in the northern sky at about 20 hours right ... The Greeks and Romans identified this constellation with various arrows from ...

www.peoplesguidetothecosmos.com/constellations/sagitta.htm

The constellation Sagitta, including mythology and science of stars, planets, ... is the recently discovered planetary nebula with the cumbersome designation of ...

www.popastro.com/youngstargazers/skyguide/sagitta

Once you've found Sagitta, look for Vulpecula, the Little Fox. Its stars are even fainter than those of Sagitta, and more spread out, just above Sagitta. If you are ...

negima.wikia.com/wiki/Sagitta_Magica

Sagitta Magica (魔法の射手, Magic Archer) is one of the most basic attack spells, but also ... As a result, Sagitta Magica is the only offensive spell taught at all magic schools. .... 'Star Trek: Discovery' Isn't Helping the Franchise Move Forward .

www.eol.org/pages/2269771

Explore what EOL knows about Sagitta setosa. ... No one has contributed data records for Sagitta setosa yet. Learn how to contribute. Found in 4 classifications.