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Map 15: Equatorial Region 6
Aquila to Pisces
This star map includes part of the sky's so-called watery region, showing Delphinus the Dolphin and the northern parts of Aquarius the Water-bearer, Capricornus the Sea Goat, and Cetus the Whale. Not shown — but lying nearby — are Piscis Austrinus the Southern Fish and Eridanus the River. Combined, these six constellations account for more than 10 percent of the sky.

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