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Cetus () is a constellation . Its name refers to Cetus , a sea monster in Greek mythology , although it is often called the whale today. Cetus is located in the region of the sky that contains other water-related constellations such as Aquarius , Pisces , and Eridanus . Although Cetus is not generally considered part o
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Back to Constellation Index Cetus Abbreviation: Cet Genitive: Ceti Right Ascension: 1.42 hours Declination: -11.35 degrees Cetus, the whale or the sea monster, is the fabled creature sent by Neptune to devour Andromeda. Cetus was turned to stone when Perseus showed the monster the head of Medusa. Pliney a
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