Sagitta is a summer constellation situated south of Vulpecula and north of Aquila. It is small, but it has a distinctive shape, so it is easy to recognize. Its brightest stars are Gamma (3m5), which has a beautiful orange color, Delta (3m8), Alpha, and Beta (both 4m4).
Neutron Star Open Cluster Globular Cluster Spiral Galaxy Elliptical Galaxy
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