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The brightest member of this constellation is Aldebaran. The name is the Latin word for 'bull'.
This constellation is situated between Capricornus and Pisces. Its name is Latin for 'water-bearer'.
This constellation is located between Pisces to the west and Taurus to the east. Its name is Latin for ram.
Its name is Latin for crab. One of its stars is named Al Tarf.
Its name is Latin for 'horned male goat'.
It is the second largest constellation in the sky.
Its name is Latin for scorpion. It is located near the center of the Milky Way.
Its name is Latin for 'twins', and it is associated with the twins Castor and Pollux in Greek mythology.
This constellation is commonly represented as a water snake. In Japanese culture, it is also known as Nuriko.
This constellation's brightest star is Regulus. It is represented by a lion.
This constellation's name is Latin for 'weighing scales'. It is fairly faint, with no first magnitude stars.
Referred to as 'The Hunter', this constellation is visible throughout the world.
51 Pegasi, a star in this constellation, is the first Sun-like star known to have an extrasolar planet.
The Vernal equinox is currently located in this constellation.
This constellation is commonly represented as a centaur drawing a bow.

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