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OBSERVER: Ola Karlsson
COMPOSER: Ola Karlsson
DATE: 27 August 2013
POSITION: AZ: 170 00 00 ALT: 45 00 00
EXPOSURE TIME: 8x15s, combined
Equuleus is the smallest constellation in the northern sky. In greek mythology it has association to both Gemini (Castor) and Pegasus. It is most conveniently seen during autumn evenings. There are no noticeable objects in this constellation.

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