Caph

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Caph

(kaf) See Cassiopeia.
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NGC 7789 is easy to find 3[degrees] southeast of Beta Cassiopeiae, the easternmost star of Cassiopeia's W pattern.
For instance, a line drawn through Alpha and Beta Cassiopeiae (the brighter side of the M or W pattern of Cassiopeia) always points to Gamma ([Gamma]) Andromedae, the beautiful telescopic double star forming Andromeda's foot.