Antlia is the 62nd largest constellation in the night sky. It’s best seen between latitudes 49°N and 90°S in March and April. The brightest star is a Antilae with a maghitude of 4.3.
Antlia is where you can find the Southern Ring Nebula. The Southern Ring Nebula is a nebula lying about 2,000 light-years from Earth. Shining at a magnitude of 8, it makes a great target for small telescopes.