The constellation of the Little Dipper, which indicates with the bright North Star the direction of geographic north.
Another small constellation, the Triangle is recognizable in the autumn sky by having dark skies below the eastern part of Andromeda. Within it is a jewel of the deep sky: the galaxy M33.
The Lizard is a small constellation, one of 88 modern constellations; it lies sandwiched between the brighter Cepheus and Cassiopeia, slightly offset to the south.
The small but interesting constellation of Lyra, full of myths and interesting objects including the star Vega.
A constellation that is easy to recognize even though it is located largely below the ecclitic and is therefore an austral constellation. it is largely crossed by the Milky Way, and because of this it is rich in stars, nebulosity and clusters that offer spectacular viewing even when looking at them with bino.
The northern guardian, an extended constellation containing Arcturus, a Population II star belonging to the halo of the Milky Way.
Hounds are mythologically connected to Boote and Ursa Major. An inconspicuous constellation, it contains peculiar stars and the beautiful galaxy M51 or Whirlpool Galaxy.
Spring constellation, also well visible to the naked eye. Within its boundaries are many galaxies, some interesting to film.
What remains today of the mythological Argo ship: the constellation Stern.
Constellation rich in stars and star clusters, including the magnificent “Seven Sisters,” the Pleiades.