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The Sky Guy

...Summer Triangle made up of Vega, Deneb in the cross-like constellation Cygnus and Altair. High in the east are the Great Square of Pegasus and Andromeda, containing the Andromeda Galaxy, which can be found with binoculars. It would be too arduous...
Starry, starry nights

...Neptune is near Jupiter, Uranus to the upper left just below the circlet of Pisces which itself is south of Pegasus' Great Square. All three planets are joined by the waxing crescent moon from the 17th through the 19th. Mars is visible all night...
The Sky Guy

...Cygnus, Aquila and Lyra (cross, eagle, small harp) are high in the south, the east harbors Pegasus and Andromeda (great square, two curved rows of three stars each), the north the Little and the Big Dipper, the west Bootes (kite), and Cassiopeia...
Plenty of planets to see in February

...pre-dawn hours, by which time it has moved toward the western horizon. Other easy-to-see constellations are the Great Square of Pegasus above Mars, bright Vega and Deneb in the northeast, the Big Dipper in the north with its pointer stars...
Stars for your valentine

...Andromeda Galaxy as follows: getting away from town lights and using binoculars, look at second base of Pegasus?s Great Square, then go straight up about 10 degrees (the width of a fist at arm?s length) and look for a small smudge in the binoculars...
Peninsula Clarion - Community

...bright stars Procyon and Sirius will follow. Now near the zenith are Cassiopeia's W, the House of Cepheus, Pegasus' Great Square and the swan Cygnus' Northern Cross. Always in the same place is the Little Dipper with Polaris*, and atop the northern...


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