Kaus Australis

Kaus Australis

(kowss aws-tray -liss) See Sagittarius.
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Following this she was Derek Hill Scholar at the British School at Rome and artist-in-residence at Glogauair (Berlin), Pro Artibus (Finland), Kaus Australis (Rotterdam) and USF (Bergen).
These stars also carry the names Kaus Borealis, Kaus Media, and Kaus Australis, respectively--appellations that demonstrate mixed parentage.
At the southwest corner of the Teapot we find blue-white Epsilon ([epsilon]) Sagittarii, or Kaus Australis, "southern (part of the) bow." A gentle curve of three equally spaced 6th- and 7th-magnitude stars stretches between Kaus Australis and the 5.4-magnitude double star Howe 43.
These three stars--Epsilon ([epsilon]), Delta ([delta]), and Lambda ([lambda]) Sagittarii--are also known as Kaus Australis, Kaus Media, and Kaus Borealis, respectively.
These are Kaus Australis, Epsilon (e) Sagittarii, which marks the Teapot's lower-right corner, and Nunki, Sigma (s) Sagittarii, which represents the top of its handle.