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Apus

Apus is a small constellation located in the third quadrant of the Southern Hemisphere. It represents a bird-of-paradise, but its name means “without feet” in Greek as the bird-of-paradise was once wrongly believed to lack [...]

Antlia

Antlia is a constellation located in the second quadrant of the Southern Hemisphere and is the representation of an air pump. Originally Antlia Pneumatica, the constellation was listed by Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille in the 18th [...]

Comet NEOWISE Passes By

The comet NEOWISE has captured the interest of all novice and professional astronomers alike. Having been discovered March 27, 2020, by NASA’s Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE), it made its closest pass to [...]

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