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One Minute AstronomerStargazing, Astronomy, and Night Sky InfoProfile Logout Subscribe About Articles Courses Archives Contact The Constellation Hydra April 12, 2010 by Brian Ventrudo Over the next few weeks we’ll veer off the spring ecliptic, below the constellations Cancer, Leo, Virgo, and Libra, to examine th
Hydra Abbreviation: Hya Genitive: Hydrae Translation: The Water Serpent Sky Chart Peoria Astronomical Society Hydra Page Interactive star chart (Java applet) Position in the Sky Explanation of the following information Right Ascension: 10 hours Declination: -20 degrees Visible between latitudes 60 and -90 degrees Best
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Genitive: Hydrae Abbreviation: Hya Size ranking: 1st Origin: One of the 48 Greek constellations listed by Ptolemy in the Almagest Greek name: Ὕδρος (Hydros) Hydra is the largest of the 88 constellations, winding a quarter of the way around the sky. Its head is s
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Hydra is the largest of the modern constellation s, measuring square degrees. Also one of the longest at over degrees, its southern end abuts Libra and Centaurus and its northern end borders Cancer . It has a long history, having been included among the constellations listed by the century astronomer Ptolemy . It is co

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