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


    Aquarius is the 10th largest constellation in the night sky. It is best visible from latitudes 65°N to 86°S and is best seen from June to July. The brightest star in Aquarius is α Aquarii (Sadalmelik). Aquarius is home to the Helix Nebula (NGC 7293). The Helix Nebula is the closest planetary nebula…


    Apus is the 67th biggest constellation in the night sky. It is best seen between latitudes 7°N and 90°S. Its brightest star is α Apodis with a magnitude of 3.8. Apus is best known for the double star δ Apodis. This wide double can easily be split with binoculars or even very keen eyes. δ Apodis consists of two…


    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…


Venus is the second planet from the Sun and the hottest planet in the Solar System because of its dense cloud cover and high CO² levels.


Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun. It is the smallest planet in the Solar System and is the second hottest. It has many craters.


    Andromeda is the 19th largest constellation in the night sky. The brightest star in Andromeda (Alpheratz) is α Andromedae with a magnitude of 2.1. It is best seen between latitudes 90ºN and 37ºS. in October and November.     Andromeda is home to our closest neighbor galaxy: The Andromeda Galaxy. The Andromeda Galaxy…