Corvus is a constellation in the southern sky. In greek mythology Corvus is associated with stories featuring Apollo, one of these also includes Crater, and Hydra. The constellation is situated in a part of the sky for which there never is a convenient time to see it from Sweden. The best times are late evenings in the first half of April. The entire constellation is above the horizon for about five hours. There are no noticeable bright objects in Corvus. This image is affected by high clouds.
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