Camelopardalis

[Traditional Chinese star name] ...
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Camelopardalis

[Chinese astronomy] According to traditional Chinese uranography, the modern constellation Camelopardalis is located in Three Enclosures (三垣, Sān Yuán) The name of the western constellation in modern Chinese is 鹿豹座 (lù bào zuò), meaning `the leopard-deer constellation`. ==Stars== The map of Chinese constellation in constellat...
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Camelopardalis

English name: The Giraffe. Genitive name: Camelopardalis. Visibility: Visible from the UK See TABLE 20: THE CONSTELLATIONS.
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Camelopardalis

The constellation Camelopardalis. English name: The Giraffe. Visibility: Visible from the UK See TABLE 20: THE CONSTELLATIONS.
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Camelopardalis

(abbr. Cam, gen. Camelopardalis) The Giraffe; a large, relatively barren constellation near the north celestial pole, lying between Ursa Major and Cassiopeia. Only four of its stars, Beta, 7 Cam, and Alpha, reach fourth magnitude. Alpha is a notably remote and intrinsically lumi...
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Camelopardalis

==Etymology== First attested in English in 1785, the word camelopardalis comes from Latin, and it is the romanisation of the Greek `καμηλοπάρδαλις` meaning `giraffe`, from `κάμηλος` (kamēlos), `camel` + `πάρδαλις` (pardalis), `leopard`, due to its having a long neck like a camel and spots like a leopard. =...
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Camelopardalis

[equivalents in Chinese astronomy] ...
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