Delphinus is a northern constellation and although the stars of the figure is not particularly bright it can easily be seen because the stars close by is much fainter. In greek mythology Delphinus is associated with a story about Poseidon and Amphitrite. Delphinus is convenient to see during the autumn evenings. Although close to the Milky Way there are no bright objects in this constellation.
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