Half-Hours with the Stars: A Plain and Easy Guide to the Knowledge of the Constellations
"Showing, in 12 maps, the position of the principal star-groups night after night throughout the year, with introduction and a separate explanation of each map. True for every year."--T.p.
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8½ o'clock 9 o'clock Aldebaran Andromeda Bear Ursa Major Bull Taurus Camelopard Canis Major Capricornus Cassiopeia Cepheus Cetus Charioteer Auriga clock Coma Berenices constellation Crab Cancer Crow Corvus Crown Corona Borealis Cup Crater Delphinus Dog Canis Minor Dogs Canes Venatici Dragon Draco due east due south due west Eagle Aquila Eridanus fifth magnitude Fomalhaut four-pointed fourth magnitude Guardians Hercules Herdsman Boötes horizon Hunting Dogs Canes inconspicuous constellation Cepheus lies Lion Leo Little Bear Little Dog Canis Lyre Lyra magnitude are eight marked mid-heaven minute hand nearly due nearly overhead NIGHT northwest Ophiuchus Orion Perseus Pisces Pleiades point overhead Pointers Pole Star Ram Aries River Eridanus Scorpion Sea Goat Capricornus Sea Serpent Sea Serpent Hydra Seated Lady second magnitude Serpent Serpens six-pointed southeast southwest Spica star names refer star Vega Swan Cygnus third magnitude three-pointed Triangles Twins Gemini Ursa Minor Virgin Virgo Water Bearer Aquarius west of north