Canis Major

Canis Major is the 43rd biggest constellation in the night sky. It’s brightest star, Sirius (a.k.a. α Canis Majoris), is part of the winter triangle along with Betelgeuse in Orion, and Procyon in Canis Minor. It’s best seen from January to February at latitudes 56°N to 90°S. 

Cetus

Cetus is the 4th biggest constellation in the night sky.

Carina

Carina is the 34th largest constellation in the night sky.

Caelum

Caelum is number 81 on the size scale and is best visible in December to January at latitudes 41°N to 90°S.

Ara

Ara is the 63rd largest constellation in the night sky and is found mid-latitude in the Southern Hemisphere. It’s brightest star is α Arae at a magnitude of 3.0.

Aquila

Aquila is the 22nd largest constellation in the night sky and sits right on the celestial equator.

Apus

Apus is the 67th biggest constellation in the night sky and is fairly close to the south celestial pole. It is fully visible from latitudes 7°N to 90°S.