Corvus constellation, optical image

Corvus constellation, optical image

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Caption: Corvus constellation. Optical image of the constellation Corvus, the Crow, a southern constellation that transits the meridian an hour and a half after midnight on the first day of spring. Corvus lies between Crater to the west, Hydra to the south and Virgo to the east and north. In Greek mythology, Corvus, the Crow or Raven, is Apollo's sacred bird.

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