The Universe: The Constellations - History
Star Names, Their Lore and Meaning - ALLEN, Richard Hinckley
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Andromeda is the daughter of Cassiopeia and Cepheus in Greek mythology.
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Coal-black his color, but like jet it shone: His legs and flowing tail were white alone. Equuleus is the second smallest constellation in the Northern Hemisphere, tucked between the head of Pegasus and the dolphin, Delphinus. There is no certain legend applied to Equuleus and it is supposedly created by the second-century Greek astronomer Ptolemy because it was added to his Algamest , though according to Geminos - 60 B. Hipparchus mapped the position of stars in the earliest known star chart. His observations of the heavens form the basis of Ptolemy's geocentric cosmology [AHD] [Allen argues on p. Hipparchos is also credited with discovering the precession of the equinoxes, or as Allen believes p. Equuleus is the head of a horse with a flowing mane which the Arabs called Al Faras al Awwal , 'the First Horse', in reference to its rising before Pegasus.
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