Equuleus

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Equuleus

(i-kwoo -lee-ŭs) (Little Horse) A very small inconspicuous constellation in the northern hemisphere near Pegasus, the brightest star (γ) being a triple star of 4th magnitude. Delta (δ) and Beta (β) are double stars. Abbrev.: Equ; genitive form: Equulei; approx. position: RA 21h, dec +7°; area: 72 sq deg.

Equuleus

[e′kwül·ē·əs]
(astronomy)
A northern constellation near Aquarius, right ascension 21 hours, declination 10° north. Abbreviated Equl. Also known as Little Horse.