WIDTH m depth m SIZE RANKING 87th fULLY VISIBLE 90°n-77°s

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Equuleus is the second-smallest constellation. It represents the head of a small horse or foal, lying next to the larger celestial horse, Pegasus. No legends are associated with Equuleus, which is thought to have been added to the sky in the second century ad by Ptolemy, the ancient Greek astronomer who wrote the Almagest. Ptolemy's

Almagest was a compendium of astronomy that included a catalog of the original Greek constellations.

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