CamelopardalisCamelopardalis, the giraffe, is a large but faint northern constellation first recorded by Jakob Bartsch in 1624, but probably invented earlier by Petrus Plancius.
|Meaning in English||the Giraffe|
|Right ascension||6 h|
|Visible to latitude||Between 90° and -10°|
|On meridian||9 p.m., February 1|
757 sq. deg.
|Number of stars with|
apparent magnitude < 3
- Apparent magnitude