Circinus

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Circinus
Circinus
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List of stars in Circinus
Abbreviation: Cir
Genitive: Circini
Symbology:
Right ascension: 13h 38.4m to 15h 30.2m[1] h
Declination: −55.43° to −70.62°[1]°
Area: 93 sq. deg. (85th)
Main stars: 3
Bayer/Flamsteed stars: 9
Stars known to have planets: 2
Bright stars: 0
Nearby stars: 0
Brightest star: α Cir (3.19m)
Nearest star: α Cir ( ly)
Messier objects: 0
Meteor showers: Alpha Circinids (ACI)
Bordering constellations: Centaurus
Musca
Apus
Triangulum Australe
Norma
Lupus
Visible at latitudes between +30° and −90°
Best visible at 21:00 (9 p.m.) during the month of July


Circinus is a constellation in the southern sky.

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