Vulpecula is a faint constellation in the northern sky. Its name is Latin
for "little fox", although it is commonly known simply as the fox. It was identified in
the seventeenth century, and is located in the middle of the Summer Triangle (an asterism
consisting of the bright stars Deneb, Vega and Altair).
Sagitta is a constellation. Its name is Latin for "arrow", and it should not be confused with
the larger constellation Sagittarius, the archer. Although Sagitta is an ancient constellation
, it has no star brighter than 3rd magnitude and has the third-smallest area of all
constellations (only Equuleus and Crux are smaller). It was included among the 48
constellations listed by the 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy, and it remains one of the
88 modern constellations defined by the International Astronomical Union. Located to the
north of the equator, Sagitta can be seen from every location on Earth except within the
Antarctic circle.Sagitta lies within the Milky Way and is bordered by the following
constellations (beginning at the north and then continuing clockwise): the little
fox Vulpecula, the mythological hero Hercules, the eagle Aquila and the dolphin Delphinus.
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