Indus - American Indian

Last Updated February 7, 2019 by Tim Trott. First Published in 2012.

This constellation is one of twelve constellations created by Pieter Dirkszoon Keyser and Frederick de Houtman.

Indus - American Indian

Location: Southern Constellation 21h RA -55° Dec

Epsilon Indi is one of the closest stars to Earth, approximately 11.82 light years away.

Indus Mythology

Since Indus was introduced in the 17th century, and lies in the south, it was not known to classical or early cultures thus there is no mythology associated with it.

Indus Deep Space Objects

Northern Circumpolar
CamelopardalisCassiopeiaCepheusDracoLacertaUrsa Major
Ursa Minor
Northern Spring
AntliaBoötesCancerComa BerenicesCraterHydra
LeoLeo MinorVirgo
Northern Summer
AquilaCorona BorealisCygnusDelphinusEquuleusHercules
LibraLyraOphiuchusSagittaScutumSerpens
Vulpecula
Northern Autumn
AndromedaAquariusAriesCapricornusPegasusPisces
Triangulum
Northern Autumn
AurigaCanes VenaticiCanis MajorCanis MinorCetusEridanus
GeminiLepusLynxMonocerosOrionPerseus
Taurus
Southern Constellations
ApusAraCaelumCarinaCentaurusChamaeleon
CircinusColumbaCorona AustralisCorvusCruxDorado
FornaxGrusHorologiumHydrusIndusLupus
MensaMicroscopiumMuscaNormaOctansPavo
PhoenixPictorPiscis AustrinusPuppisPyxisReticulum
SagittariusScorpiusSculptorSextansTelescopiumTriangulum Australe
TucanaVelaVolans

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