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All users of Stars in the NeighborHood™ software are invited to submit their discoveries of interesting asterisms, alignments and constellations in the nearly two million Alien Sky views currently possible. It is quite likely that no one person has seen all of them.

Not all discoveries will be posted, but those that are should include the following information:

  • The MSDB catalog number of the Focus star (Star Data, Identity).
  • Sky Map direction (Sky Map Selector, Prominent Features [from Sol] description); example: "Orion including Rigel and Betelgeuse."
  • The name you've given the asterism or constellation.
  • The MSDB numbers of the main stars in the stellar configuration.
  • (optional) Your name.
  • Your country.
  • Your state or province (if applicable).
  • Version of the software (Menu: Help, About Stars in the Hood, Description).
  • (optional) Your description of the asterism or constellation.

Simply gather all of the information and send it through the "Contact" email form.

Alien Constellations

 
Astronomy Space Software - Space Stars in the NeighborHood: Alpha Centauri Constellation, The Snake.
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The Snake

 

FOCUS STAR:

MSDB: 2505
Alpha Centauri
 

SKY MAP DIRECTION:

Cassiopeia, Perseus & Andromeda, including Double Cluster
 

SUBMITTED:

2011:0310
User
Philippines, Cebu
 

VERSION:

1.1.11
 

DESCRIPTION:

Our own sun takes part in this constellation of The Snake. From Earth, most of these stars make up our constellation Cassiopeia.

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