Constellations of Andromeda, Lacerta and Triangulum
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Constellations of Andromeda, Lacerta and Triangulum
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Image and text ©2008 Akira Fujii/David Malin Images.

In the picture above, north is at the top and the image covers 57 x 71 degrees.
Image centre is located at 00:56:23.4, +43:08:11 (H:M:S, D:M:S, J2000) Astrometric data from

Andromeda (image includes Lacerta and Triangulum)
Best seen in the early evening in November

The main page for Andromeda is here. The image above also contains the constellations of Lacerta (the Lizard) and Triangulum (the Triangle) and the familiar 'W' of Cassiopeia (but not the whole constellation).

Named stars in the complete constellations: (Greek alphabet)
Andromeda:   Adhil (ξ And), Almak (Almach, γ1 And), Alpheratz (or Sirrah, α And, = δ Peg),
Mirach (β And). Sadiradra (δ And).
Triangulum   Deltotum (β Tri), Mothallah (Ras Muthallath, Caput Trianguli, α Tri).

Constellations adjoining Andromeda, Lacerta and Triangulum:
Aries, Camelopardalis, Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Pegasus, Perseus, Pisces,

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David Malin, 2009 October 15