Frosty Drew Observatory Life List

The following Life List combines all targets seen through the Frosty Drew Observatory since the installation of our Meade 16" LX200 SCT at the end of July 1999. This list will be kept up to date sporadically, with 724 entries currently listed not counting constellations or asterisms (which are noted with asterisks below).
Multiple stars generally are not listed individually. A few exceptions (like the Trapezium) exist. For example Albireo does not mention the yellow and topaz pair of stars. We have not listed inconsequential background stars. Messier objects are listed under their NGC or IC catalog numbers. All Messier objects have been viewed.
You may wonder why we don't list a few famous comets like Shoemaker-Levy 9 or Hale-Bopp. These were indeed seen at Frosty Drew Observatory, but were in the sky prior to our current telescope's arrival. We have not reported on objects not seen through the Meade LX200 16" telescope. For example our very successful 2000 and 2001 Leonid Meteor Shower Parties are not listed.
Updated: December 8, 2016

Solar System Objects
    • Object
    • Observation Comment
    • Mercury
    • phases
    • Venus
    • phases, some dim cloud structure
    • Earth
    • Radio towers, Block Island Light, Clouds
    • Moon
    • numerous craters, mare and rilles
    • Mars
    • Syris Major, polar caps, clouds
    • Phobos
    • Deimos
    • Ceres
    • Dwarf Planet
    • Juno
    • Asteroid
    • Pallas
    • Asteroid
    • Vesta
    • Proto Planet
    • Jupiter
    • 10+ bands, Red Spot, Oval B, whorls, tints
    • Io
    • transits, shadows on Jupiter, eclipses
    • Europa
    • transits, shadows on Jupiter, eclipses
    • Ganymede
    • transits, eclipses
    • Callisto
    • Himalia
    • Saturn
    • several subtle bands
    • Rings
    • Cassini and Encke divisions, Crepe ring
    • Mimas
    • Enceladus
    • Tethys
    • Dione
    • Rhea
    • Titan
    • Hyperion
    • Iapetus
    • Uranus
    • Ariel
    • Umbriel
    • Titania
    • Oberon
    • Neptune
    • Triton
    • Pluto
    • Dwarf Planet
    • Ikeya-Zhang
    • Comet
    • Tempel-Tuttle
    • Comet
    • McNaught-Hartley
    • Comet
    • Schamasse
    • Comet
    • 1998 WT24
    • Near Earth Asteroid
    • 1999 S4 Linear
    • Comet
    • 2003 T7 Linear
    • Comet
    • 2001 WM1 Linear
    • Comet
    • 2002 NEAT Q4
    • Comet
    • 2001 YB5
    • Near Earth Asteroid
    • 103P Hartley
    • Comet
    • C/2009 P1 Garradd
    • Comet
    • C/2011 L4 PANSTARRS
    • Comet
    • Asteroid 1998 QE2
    • Near Earth Asteroid
    • C/2012 X1 LINEAR
    • Comet
    • 2P ENCKE
    • Comet
    • C/2013 R1 Lovejoy
    • Comet
    • C/2012 S1 ISON
    • Comet
    • C/2014 E2 Jacques
    • Comet
    • C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy
    • Comet
    • Asteroid 2015 TB145
    • Near Earth Asteroid, Halloween 2015
    • C/2013 US10 Catalina
    • Ort Cloud Comet
    • C/2013 X1 PanSTARRS
    • Comet
Deep Space Objects
    • Catalog #
    • Observation Comment
    • Abell 21
    • Medusa Nebula
    • Basel-11B
    • Biurkan-10
    • Bochum-2
    • Bochum-3
    • Bochum-4
    • Bochum-5
    • Bochum-6
    • CR-89
    • Dolidze-10
    • Kemble's Cascade
    • Sh2-155
    • Cave Nebula
    • Stock 23
    • Tombaugh Cluster
    • PGC62532
    • Galaxy near M57
    • IC 405
    • Flaming Star
    • IC 418
    • IC 434
    • Horsehead Nebula
    • IC 694
    • IC1295
    • IC1296
    • IC2118
    • Witch's Head
    • IC2157
    • IC2163
    • IC2411
    • IC2574
    • Coddington's Nebula
    • IC3583
    • IC4725
    • M25
    • IC4756
    • IC5146
    • Cocoon Nebula
    • IC5309
    • NGC 1
    • NGC 2
    • NGC 128
    • NGC 158
    • NGC 205
    • M110
    • NGC 221
    • M32, M31's Satellite
    • NGC 224
    • M31, Andromeda Galaxy
    • NGC 246
    • NGC 247
    • NGC 253
    • Silver Dollar Galaxy
    • NGC 254
    • NGC 255
    • NGC 257
    • NGC 258
    • NGC 281
    • NGC 288
    • NGC 317
    • NGC 360
    • NGC 365
    • NGC 367
    • NGC 368
    • NGC 404
    • NGC 457
    • φCas Cluster
    • NGC 488
    • NGC 490
    • NGC 520
    • NGC 533
    • NGC 534
    • NGC 536
    • NGC 581
    • M103
    • NGC 584
    • NGC 586
    • NGC 596
    • NGC 598
    • M33, Triangulum
    • NGC 600
    • NGC 609
    • NGC 615
    • NGC 628
    • M74
    • NGC 650
    • M76
    • NGC 663
    • NGC 720
    • NGC 752
    • NGC 761
    • NGC 869
    • Double Cluster
    • NGC 884
    • Double Cluster
    • NGC 891
    • NGC 908
    • NGC 956
    • NGC1023
    • NGC1039
    • M34
    • NGC1053
    • NGC1055
    • NGC1068
    • M77
    • NGC1232
    • NGC1275
    • Perseus A
    • NGC1297
    • NGC1342
    • NGC1365
    • NGC1370
    • NGC1400
    • NGC1407
    • NGC1479
    • NGC1491
    • NGC1499
    • NGC1528
    • NGC1535
    • NGC1537
    • NGC1579
    • NGC1600
    • NGC1647
    • NGC1788
    • NGC1804
    • M79
    • NGC1807
    • NGC1817
    • NGC1851
    • NGC1893
    • NGC1904
    • NGC1922
    • M38
    • NGC1931
    • NGC1952
    • M1, Crab ,SN 1054
    • NGC1960
    • M36
    • NGC1964
    • NGC1976
    • M42, Orion Nebula
    • NGC1977
    • NGC1981
    • NGC1982
    • M43, Orion Nebula
    • NGC1999
    • NGC2023
    • Flaming Nebula
    • NGC2068
    • M78
    • NGC2099
    • M37
    • NGC2112
    • NGC2129
    • NGC2141
    • NGC2158
    • NGC2168
    • M35
    • NGC2169
    • NGC2174
    • NGC2175
    • NGC2186
    • NGC2194
    • NGC2204
    • NGC2207
    • NGC2217
    • NGC2237
    • Rosette Nebula
    • NGC2238
    • NGC2239
    • Rosette Nebula
    • NGC2244
    • NGC2252
    • NGC2261
    • Hubble's Variable
    • NGC2262
    • Cone Nebula, Christmas Tree Nebula
    • NGC2280
    • NGC2286
    • NGC2287
    • M41
    • NGC2298
    • NGC2301
    • NGC2303
    • NGC2323
    • M50
    • NGC2324
    • NGC2354
    • NGC2359
    • Thor's [or Viking's] Helmet
    • NGC2360
    • NGC2362
    • τCMa Cluster
    • NGC2367
    • NGC2383
    • NGC2384
    • NGC2391
    • NGC2392
    • Eskimo/Clown Nebula
    • NGC2394
    • NGC2395
    • NGC2403
    • NGC2420
    • NGC2421
    • NGC2422
    • M47, "Lost" Messier
    • NGC2423
    • NGC2432
    • NGC2437
    • M46
    • NGC2438
    • NGC2440
    • NGC2447
    • M93
    • NGC2548
    • M48, "Lost" Messier
    • NGC2625
    • NGC2632
    • M44, Praesepe, Beehive
    • NGC2664
    • NGC2667
    • NGC2672
    • NGC2673
    • NGC2682
    • M67, Hydra Cluster
    • NGC2683
    • NGC2696
    • Hydra Cluster
    • NGC2697
    • Hydra Cluster
    • NGC2698
    • Hydra Cluster
    • NGC2699
    • Hydra Cluster
    • NGC2702
    • Hydra Cluster
    • NGC2708
    • Hydra Cluster
    • NGC2743
    • NGC2787
    • NGC2803
    • NGC2809
    • NGC2903
    • NGC2918
    • NGC2974
    • NGC2976
    • NGC3031
    • M81
    • NGC3034
    • M82
    • NGC3077
    • NGC3115
    • Spindle Galaxy
    • NGC3166
    • NGC3169
    • NGC317a
    • NGC317b
    • NGC3242
    • Jupiter's ghost
    • NGC3264
    • NGC3289
    • NGC3338
    • NGC3351
    • M95
    • NGC3364
    • NGC3368
    • M96
    • NGC3379
    • M105
    • NGC3384
    • NGC3389
    • NGC3398
    • NGC3412
    • NGC3489
    • NGC3521
    • NGC3556
    • M108
    • NGC3587
    • M97, Owl
    • NGC3598
    • NGC3599
    • NGC3605
    • NGC3606
    • NGC3607
    • NGC3608
    • NGC3613
    • NGC3619
    • NGC3623
    • M65
    • NGC3627
    • M66
    • NGC3628
    • NGC3629
    • NGC3642
    • NGC3684
    • NGC3690
    • NGC3705
    • NGC3745
    • NGC3746
    • NGC3748
    • NGC3750
    • NGC3751
    • NGC3753
    • NGC3754
    • NGC3945
    • NGC3946
    • Copeland's Sextet
    • NGC3948
    • Copeland's Sextet
    • NGC3951
    • Copeland's Sextet
    • NGC3953
    • Copeland's Sextet
    • NGC3954
    • Copeland's Sextet
    • NGC3992
    • M109
    • NGC4027
    • NGC4030
    • NGC4038
    • Ringtail Galaxy
    • NGC4192
    • M98
    • NGC4237
    • NGC4253
    • M106
    • NGC4254
    • M99
    • NGC4303
    • M61
    • NGC4312
    • NGC4321
    • M100
    • NGC4340
    • NGC4350
    • NGC4360
    • NGC4361
    • NGC4374
    • M84
    • NGC4382
    • M85
    • NGC4388
    • NGC4394
    • NGC4402
    • NGC4406
    • M86
    • NGC4413
    • NGC4422
    • NGC4425
    • NGC4435
    • NGC4438
    • NGC4449
    • NGC4461
    • NGC4463
    • NGC4467
    • NGC4468
    • NGC4468a
    • NGC4468b
    • NGC4472
    • M49
    • NGC4476
    • NGC4478
    • NGC4485
    • M87, Virgo A
    • NGC4486
    • M87, Virgo A
    • NGC4486a
    • NGC4486b
    • NGC4490
    • M87, Virgo A
    • NGC4501
    • M88
    • NGC4548
    • M91
    • NGC4552
    • M89
    • NGC4559
    • NGC4564
    • NGC4565
    • NGC4567
    • NGC4568
    • NGC4569
    • M80
    • NGC4579
    • M58
    • NGC4580
    • M68
    • NGC4590
    • NGC4594
    • M104, Sombrero
    • NGC4605
    • M59
    • NGC4618
    • M59
    • NGC4621
    • M59
    • NGC4627
    • NGC4631
    • NGC4636
    • NGC4638
    • NGC4647
    • NGC4649
    • M60
    • NGC4656
    • NGC4657
    • NGC4667
    • NGC4697
    • NGC4699
    • NGC4736
    • M94
    • NGC4782
    • NGC4783
    • NGC4826
    • M64, Black Eye
    • NGC4889
    • Coma Cluster
    • NGC5005
    • NGC5024
    • M53
    • NGC5033
    • NGC5055
    • M63
    • NGC5194
    • M51, Whirlpool
    • NGC5195
    • NGC5236
    • M83
    • NGC5247
    • NGC5272
    • M3
    • NGC5295
    • NGC5457
    • M101, Pinwheel
    • NGC5634
    • NGC5804
    • M5
    • NGC5839
    • NGC5840
    • NGC5845
    • NGC5846
    • NGC5846a
    • NGC5850
    • NGC5866
    • M102
    • NGC5897
    • NGC5904
    • NGC6093
    • M80
    • NGC6121
    • M4
    • NGC6144
    • NGC6171
    • M107
    • NGC6205
    • M13, Hercules Cluster
    • NGC6207
    • NGC6209
    • NGC6210
    • NGC6217
    • NGC6218
    • M12
    • NGC6229
    • NGC6254
    • M10
    • NGC6266
    • M62
    • NGC6273
    • M19
    • NGC6287
    • NGC6302
    • Bug Nebula
    • NGC6309
    • NGC6333
    • M9
    • NGC6341
    • M92
    • NGC6350
    • NGC6355
    • NGC6366
    • NGC6402
    • M14
    • NGC6405
    • M6, Butterfly
    • NGC6475
    • M7
    • NGC6494
    • M23
    • NGC6503
    • NGC6514
    • M20, Triffid
    • NGC6523
    • M8, Lagoon
    • NGC6530
    • NGC6531
    • M21
    • NGC6543
    • Cat's Eye Nebula
    • NGC6544
    • NGC6552
    • NGC6567
    • NGC6568
    • NGC6572
    • NGC6595
    • NGC6603
    • NGC6611
    • M16, Eagle
    • NGC6613
    • M18
    • NGC6618
    • M17, Swan,Omega
    • NGC6626
    • M28
    • NGC6629
    • NGC6637
    • M69
    • NGC6656
    • M22
    • NGC6681
    • M70
    • NGC6688
    • NGC6694
    • M26
    • NGC6705
    • M11, Wild Duck
    • NGC6712
    • NGC6715
    • M54, Dwarf Galaxy
    • NGC6720
    • M57, Ring Nebula
    • NGC6729
    • Crater Nebula
    • NGC6741
    • NGC6749
    • NGC6760
    • NGC6765
    • NGC6772
    • NGC6779
    • M56
    • NGC6781
    • NGC6791
    • NGC6803
    • NGC6804
    • NGC6809
    • M55
    • NGC6811
    • NGC6818
    • NGC6819
    • NGC6820
    • NGC6822
    • Barnard's Galaxy
    • NGC6823
    • NGC6826
    • Blinking Nebula
    • NGC6838
    • M71
    • NGC6853
    • M27, Dumbbell Nebula
    • NGC6864
    • M75
    • NGC6866
    • NGC6879
    • NGC6882
    • NGC6885
    • NGC6888
    • Crescent Nebula
    • NGC6891
    • NGC6894
    • NGC6905
    • NGC6910
    • NGC6913
    • M29
    • NGC6919
    • NGC6934
    • NGC6939
    • NGC6940
    • NGC6946
    • NGC6960
    • Veil
    • NGC6981
    • M72
    • NGC6992
    • Veil
    • NGC6994
    • M73
    • NGC6995
    • Veil
    • NGC7000
    • North America Nebula
    • NGC7006
    • NGC7009
    • Saturn Nebula
    • NGC7023
    • Reflecting Nebula
    • NGC7027
    • NGC7048
    • NGC7078
    • M15
    • NGC7082
    • NGC7089
    • M2
    • NGC7092
    • M39
    • NGC7099
    • M30
    • NGC7184
    • NGC7209
    • NGC7293
    • Helix Nebula
    • NGC7332
    • NGC7339
    • NGC7611
    • NGC7612
    • NGC7619
    • NGC7623
    • NGC7626
    • NGC7631
    • NGC7635
    • Bubble Nebula
    • NGC7640
    • NGC7654
    • M52
    • NGC7662
    • Blue Snowball Nebula
    • NGC7789
    • NGC7824
Nova and Supernova
    • Designation
    • Comment
    • SN 2011dh
    • Supernova in M51
    • V339 Delphini
    • Nova Delphini 2013
    • SN 2014J
    • Extremely bright Supernova in M82
    • SN 2014L
    • Supernova in M99
    • Nova Sagittarii 2015 No. 2.
    • Bright Nova in Sagittarius
Quasars
    • Designation
    • Comment
    • CTA-102
    • Quasar in Pegasus that reached Mag 13.8 in late 2016
Stars
    • Designation
    • Common Name
    • Observation Comment
    • α And
    • Alpheratz
    • α Aql
    • Altair
    • α Aqr
    • Sadalmeik
    • α Aur
    • Capella
    • α Boo
    • Arcturus
    • α Cap
    • Geidi Prime
    • α Cas
    • Schedir
    • α Cep
    • Aldermin
    • α Cet
    • Deneb Kaitos
    • α CMa
    • Sirius
    • Brightest Star
    • α CMi
    • Procyon
    • α Crb
    • Alphecca
    • α CVn
    • Cor Coroli
    • Fantastic Binary
    • α Cyg
    • Deneb
    • α Gem
    • Castor
    • Bright Binary
    • α Her
    • Rasalgethi
    • Close Colorful Binary
    • α Leo
    • Regulus
    • α Lib
    • Zubenelgenubi
    • α Lyr
    • Vega
    • α Ori
    • Betelgeuse
    • α Per
    • Mirfak
    • α PsA
    • Formalhaut
    • α Sgr
    • Rukbat
    • α Sco
    • Antares
    • α Tau
    • Aldebaran
    • α Tri
    • Atria
    • α UMa
    • Dubhe
    • α UMi
    • Polaris
    • The North Star
    • α Vir
    • Spica
    • α Vul
    • Anser
    • β And
    • Mirach
    • β Aqr
    • Sadalsuud
    • β Aur
    • Menkelinan
    • β Cas
    • Kaph
    • β Cyg
    • Albireo
    • Bright Colorful Binary
    • β Del
    • Rotanev
    • β Eri
    • Cursa
    • β Gem
    • Pollux
    • β Leo
    • Denebola
    • β Lib
    • Zubeneschamali
    • β Mon
    • Binary
    • β Ori
    • Rigel
    • Tiny Binary Companion
    • β Per
    • Algol
    • The Demon Star
    • β Sco
    • Graffias
    • Triple Star
    • β UMa
    • Merak
    • γ Ari
    • Mesarthim
    • Diamond-like Binary
    • γ And
    • Almaak
    • Bright Colorful Binary
    • γ Aql
    • Tarazed
    • γ Cyg
    • Sadr
    • γ Gem
    • Alhena
    • γ Leo
    • Algieba
    • γ Ori
    • Bellatrix
    • γ UMa
    • Phecda
    • γ Vir
    • Porrima
    • δ And
    • δ Aql
    • δ Cap
    • Deneb Algedi
    • δ Cep
    • Colorful Binary
    • δ Cma
    • Wezen
    • δ Cyg
    • δ Gem
    • Wasat
    • δ Her
    • Sarin
    • δ Oph
    • Yed Prior
    • δ Ori
    • Mintaka
    • δ Per
    • δ Sco
    • Dschubba
    • δ UMa
    • Megrez
    • ε Boo
    • Izar
    • Super Close Binary
    • ε CMa
    • Adhara
    • Tiny Binary Companion
    • ε Lyr
    • Double-Double
    • ε Ori
    • Alnilam
    • ε Oph
    • Yed Posterior
    • ε Sgr
    • Kaus Australis
    • ε UMa
    • Alioth
    • ζ Aqr
    • ζ Boo
    • ζ Her
    • ζ Oph
    • Fieht
    • ζ Ori
    • Alnitak
    • ζ UMa
    • Mizar
    • η Cas
    • Achird
    • η Gem
    • Propus
    • η Ori
    • ι Cnc
    • Colorful Binary
    • κ Ori
    • Saiph
    • λ Ori
    • Meissa
    • Binary in Orion's head
    • μ Her
    • μ Sgr
    • ν Ori
    • ξ Boo
    • Colorful Binary
    • ο Cyg
    • σ Ori
    • τ CMa
    • θ1 Ori
    • θ2 Ori
    • Trapezium
    • Stars A-F and maybe G
    • θ Lyr
    • θ Oph
    • θ Tau
    • Alcyone
    • Pleiades;Seven Sisters M45
    • θ UMa
    • Alkaid
    • 5 Ser
    • νOri
    • 17 Tau
    • Electra
    • Pleiades;Seven Sisters M45
    • 19 Tau
    • Taygeta
    • Pleiades;Seven Sisters M45
    • 20 Tau
    • Maia
    • Pleiades;Seven Sisters M45
    • 23 Tau
    • Merope
    • Pleiades;Seven Sisters M45
    • 27 Tau
    • Atlas
    • Pleiades;Seven Sisters M45
    • 28 Tau
    • Plione
    • Pleiades;Seven Sisters M45
    • 32 Ori
    • 32 Eri
    • Fabulous Binary
    • 40 Eri
    • 44 Cap
    • 52 Cyg
    • 52 Ori
    • νOri
    • 61 Cyg
    • The Flying Star
    • 70 Oph
    • 80 UMa
    • Alcor
    • 94 Aqr
    • Colorful Binary
    • AE Aur
    • BD+16_1598
    • BD+16_1586
    • BD+16_3945
    • BD+18_4232
    • BD-11_4258
    • CU Dra
    • GSC2835-1047
    • GSC2835-1051
    • GSC5632-9010
    • R Lep
    • Hind's Crimson Star
    • T Lyr
    • Pleiades;Seven Sisters M45
    • TY148-2162-1
    • TY591-1742-1
    • TY656-6265-1
    • HD 117
    • HD 124
    • HD 159
    • HD 200
    • HD 201
    • HD1654
    • HD4809
    • HD5657
    • HD 22156
    • HD 22156
    • HD 25202
    • HD 35162
    • HD 35339
    • HD 37016
    • HD 37017
    • HD 37040
    • HD 39183
    • HD 42871
    • HD 56577
    • HD 56578
    • HD 57190
    • HD 73634
    • HD 92993
    • HD117200
    • HD117201
    • HD117436
    • HD117675
    • HD117848
    • HD118024
    • HD119149
    • HD122408
    • HD124224
    • HD125184
    • HD125608
    • HD125818
    • HD125906
    • HD126128
    • HD126201
    • HD126248
    • HD126868
    • HD127119
    • HD127168
    • HD127352
    • HD148479
    • HD152585
    • HD158704
    • HD158704
    • HD164492
    • HD165887
    • HD165887
    • HD167356
    • HD167356
    • HD167863
    • HD167883
    • HD168815
    • HD173446
    • HD178849
    • HD178911
    • HD183275
    • HD185622
    • HD200724
    • HD205829
    • HD212370
    • HD221272
    • HD221562
    • HD232078
    • HD250289
    • HD250290
    • HD353339
Asterisms
    • Name
    • Description
    • Name
    • Description
    • Beehive
    • * Praesepe in Cancer
    • Big and Little Dippers
    • * Ursa Major and Ursa Minor
    • Coat Hanger
    • * In Cygnus
    • Great Square
    • * In Pegasus
    • Men's Campfire
    • * Hyades in Taurus
    • Milky Way Galaxy
    • *
    • Realm of the Galaxies
    • * Oval formed by Big Dipper handle Arcturus, Spica and Leo
    • Seven Sisters
    • * Plieades in Taurus
    • Stargate
    • * In Corvus
    • Summer Triangle
    • * Principle stars of Lyra, Cygnus and Aquila
    • Teapot
    • * In Sagitarius, center of Milky Way Galaxy
Constellations

All the constellations that rise at least in part above the southern horizon have been viewed at one time or another by our telescope. These include:

    • Latin Name
    • English Equivalent
    • Andromeda
    • * Princess of Ethiopia
    • Antlia
    • * Bellows
    • Aquarius
    • * Water Bearer
    • Aquila
    • * Eagle
    • Aries
    • * Ram
    • Auriga
    • * Charioteer
    • Bootes
    • * Herdsman
    • Camelopardalis
    • * Giraffe
    • Cancer
    • * Crab
    • Canes Venatici
    • * Hunting Dogs
    • Canis Major
    • * Great Dog
    • Canis Minor
    • * Little Dog (Pup)
    • Capricornus
    • * Goat
    • Cassiopeia
    • * Queen of Ethiopia
    • Cepheus
    • * King of Ethiopia
    • Centaurus
    • * Centaur
    • Cetus
    • * Whale
    • Columba
    • * Dove
    • Coma
    • * Bernice's Hair
    • Corona Australis
    • * Southern Crown
    • Corona Borealis
    • * Northern Crown
    • Corvus
    • * Crow
    • Crater
    • * Cup
    • Cygnus
    • * Swan (Northern Cross)
    • Draco
    • * Dragon
    • Equuleus
    • * Pony
    • Eridanus
    • * River Eridanus
    • Gemini
    • * Twins
    • Hercules
    • * Hercules (Hero)
    • Hydra
    • * Female Water Snake
    • Lacerta
    • * Lizard
    • Leo
    • * (Great) Lion
    • Leo Minor
    • * Little Lion (Cub)
    • Lepus
    • * Hare
    • Libra
    • * Scales
    • Lupus
    • * Wolf
    • Lynx
    • * Lynx
    • Lyra
    • * Lyre
    • Microscopium
    • * Microscope
    • Monoceros
    • * Unicorn
    • Ophiuchus
    • * Snake Handler
    • Orion
    • * Orion (Hunter)
    • Pegasus
    • * Flying Horse
    • Perseus
    • * Perseus (Hero)
    • Phoenix
    • * Phoenix
    • Pisces
    • * The Fishes
    • Piscis Austrinus
    • * Southern Fish
    • Puppis
    • * Deck (of Argo)
    • Sagitta
    • * Arrow
    • Sagittarius
    • * Archer Centaur (Teapot)
    • Scorpio
    • * Scorpion
    • Scutum
    • * Shield
    • Serpens
    • * Snake
    • Taurus
    • * Bull
    • Triangulum
    • * Triangle
    • Ursa Major
    • * Great Bear (Big Dipper)
    • Ursa Minor
    • * Small Bear (Bear Cub)
    • Virgo
    • * Maiden
    • Vulpecula
    • * Fox

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