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What Constellation is Corona Borealis in astrology?
Constellation Corona Borealis Astrology. Constellation Corona Borealis the Northern Crown, is a northern constellation sitting above the head of the Serpent, constellation Serpens, between Bootes and Hercules. Corona Borealis spans 12 degrees of the Zodiac in the Sign Scorpio, and contains 2 named fixed stars.
What is the significance of the constellation Corona Australis?
The Greeks saw the constellation representing the southern crown, Corona Australis, as a wreath.
What is a constellation in astronomy?
Constellation, in astronomy, any of certain groupings of stars that were imagined鈥攁t least by those who named them鈥攖o form conspicuous configurations of objects or creatures in the sky. Constellations are useful in assisting astronomers and navigators to locate certain stars.
Which galaxies are brighter than 16th magnitude in the Corona Borealis galaxy cluster?
The Corona Borealis Galaxy Cluster (Abell 2065) does not contain any galaxies brighter than 16th magnitude. Corona Borealis is the 73rd constellation in size, occupying an area of 179 square degrees. It lies in the third quadrant of the northern hemisphere (NQ3) and can be seen at latitudes between +90 and -50.