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In the picture above north is at the top and the image covers ** x ** degrees.
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Best seen in the early evening in September
From ancient times There's much more about this in Wikipedia
The constellation is the 19th lalso contains the constellations of Lactera
Named stars in Ophiuchus (Greek alphabet)
Centaurus, Chameleon, Musca Pictor, Puppis, Vela, Volans,
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