Caelum

Due to its small size and location away from the plane of the Milky Way, Caelum is a rather barren constellation, with few objects of interest. The constellation`s brightest star, Alpha Caeli, is only of magnitude 4.45, and only one other star (Gamma1 Caeli) is brighter than magnitude 5. Other notable objects in Caelum are RR Caeli, a binary star....
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Caelum

noun a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Columba and Eridanus
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Caelum

(abbr. Cae, gen. Caeli) The Sculptor`s Chisel; a very small and obscure southern constellation that lies between Columba and the southern part of Eridanus. Its brightest star is Alpha Cae (visual magnitude 4.44, absolute magnitude 2.92, spectral type F2V, distance 66 light-years...
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Caelum

English name: The Graving Tool. Genitive name: Caeli. Visibility: Parts visible from the UK. See TABLE 20: THE CONSTELLATIONS.
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caelum

Latin, meaning: sky, heaven.
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caelum

sky, heaven.
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Caelum

[n] - a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Columba and Eridanus
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