The Andromeda Constellation

constellations Oct 13, 2020

Andromeda is a large constellation that can be seen during the autumn months in the northern hemisphere. This constellation is famous for containing the Andromeda Galaxy within its boundaries, which is the oldest light you will see with the naked eye. Andromeda shares a star with Pegasus, so use the Great Square of Pegasus asterism to help you find this constellation.

Watch and learn helpful strategies to help you find Andromeda in the sky.

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