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Bo÷tes Transit Date of principal star: 26 April Bo÷tes may be a hunter, on the tracks of the Great Bear, accompanied by his two dogs Asterion and Chara (the constellation Canes Venatici). The constellation was once known as Arctophylax which means the protector of the Bear. Yet the name itself, Bo÷tes, comes from the
Skip to content Bootes – The Constellation Nobody Can Say Right Posted on May 22, 2011May 21, 2013 / astrobob / / Bootes the Herdsman is well placed for viewing during early evening hours in late May. He keeps two dogs which represent the neighboring constellation Canes Venatici. Credit: Urania’s Mirror So
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  Universe TodaySpace and astronomy news Login Login Home Members Guide to Space Carnival Photos Videos Forum Contact Privacy The northern constellation of Bootes, one of the 88 modern constellations recognized by the IAU. Credit: smokymtnastro.org Astronomy, Guide to Space The Constellation Bo├Âtes Article Updat
Genitive: Boötis Abbreviation: Boo Size ranking: 13th Origin: One of the 48 Greek constellations listed by Ptolemy in the Almagest Greek name: Βο¤Äτης This constellation (pronounced Boh-oh-tease) is closely linked in legend with the Great Bear, Ursa Major, beca
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is a constellation in the northern sky, located between and declination , and and hours of right ascension on the celestial sphere . The name comes from the Greek meaning herdsman or plowman (literally, ox-driver from bous The in the name is a diaeresis , not an umlaut , meaning that each o is to be pronounced separate

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