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Phil Harrington's binocular universe (October 2007 online extra)

Explore John Raymond's stellar triangles and star chains that collectively form the "waters of Aquarius."
To ride the rapids, begin at the "spout" of the water jar, where we find a small triangular asterism formed by the stars Psi1, Psi2, and Psi3 Aquarii. Psi1, the northernmost of the three, may look faintly orange if you defocus its image slightly.

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