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

(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

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Camelopardalis

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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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