Draco Constellation1

The Complete Guide To Draco Constellation
The definition of Draco Constellation DracoAbbreviationDraGenitive CaseDraconisSymbolDragonRight Ascension17hDeclination+65°Area1083deg2Bright Stars (magnitude<3)3Brightest StarEltanin (γ Draco)Adjoining constellationsBootes, Hercules, Lyra, Cygnus, Cephei …Fully visible region+90° ~ −15°Optimal observational durationJuly Draco, a constellation that can be seen all year round in the northern night sky, lies north of Corona Borealis. Draco is one of the 88 modern constellations, and one of Ptolemy’s 48 constellations. Draco is located in the north of Corona Borealis. It does look like a dragon winding in the Ursa Major, Ursa Minor and Hercules within a wild range. The soaring dragon head, which abutted Hercules, is made up of four stars, forming a quadrilateral, with the two brightest stars representing the dragon’s eyes. It has an area of 1083 square degrees, which ranks eighth in the whole sky. The...