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Andromeda (Andromeda)

This ancient constellation symbolizes the daughter of queen Cassiopeia. It contains our sister galaxy: The Andromeda-Galaxy (M31).
This constellation belongs to the zodiac. Its time of the year is between and . This constellation does not belong to the zodiac. It's brightest star is (not in database).
Neighboring constellations are Cassiopeia, Lacerta, Pegasus, Pisces, Triangulum, and Perseus. Have a look at our full list of all constellations.
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Latin name:  Andromeda (And)
English name:  Andromeda
Abbreviation:  And
Zodiac:  Constellation does not belong to the zodiac.
Brightest star:  (not in database)

Objects in Andromeda

A selection of interesting objects visible with a telescope.
M32 (NGC 221)
a dwarf galaxy in the constellation Andromeda
Image credit: NASA/ESA and Thomas M. Brown, Charles W. Bowers, Randy A. Kimble, AllenV. Sweigart (NASA/ESA Goddard Space Flight Center) and Henry C. Ferguson ( Space Telescope Science Institute)

M31 (NGC 224, Andromeda Galaxy)
a spiral galaxy in the constellation Andromeda
Image credit: NASA, ESA, J. Dalcanton (University of Washington, USA), B. F. Williams (University of Washington, USA), L. C. Johnson (University of Washington, USA), the PHAT team, and R. Gendler.

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