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The Constellations Of Spring.
Hercules (her´-kū-lēz)—the Kneeler.
Ursa Minor (er´-sa Mi´-nor)—the Little Bear. (face North.)
Ursa Major (er´sa Mā´-jor)—the Great Bear. (face North.)
Cetus (sē´-tus)—the Whale. (face Southeast.)
Corvus (kôr´-vus)—the Crow. (face South.)
Leo (le´o)—the Lion. (face South.)
Auriga (â-ri´-ga)—the Charioteer. (face Northwest.)
The Diagrams.
Coma Berenices (kō´-ma Ber-e-ni´-sez)—berenice's Hair.



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Meteors, Or Shooting-stars.
The Motions Of The Stars.
Virgo (ver´-gō)—the Virgin. (face West.)
Orion (ŏ-rī´-on)—the Giant Hunter. (face South.)
Crater (krā´-ter)—the Cup. (face South.)
Eridanus (ē-rid´-a-nus)—or The River Po. (face Southwest.)
Draco (drā´-ko)—the Dragon. (face North.)
Cassiopeia (kas-i-ō-pē´-ya)—the Lady In The Chair. (face North.)
Perseus (per´-sūs)—the Champion. (face Northeast.)
Sagittarius (saj-i-tā-ri-us)—the Archer. (face South.)