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Constelación Hidra

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Fecha:23.03.03 Hora:22:48 UT Exposición:17min
Campo visual:~110o x 70o Emulsión:Kodak Ektachrome 200 Filtro:ninguno
Óptica:f=30mm 1/4.0 Fisheye Lugar:Römerstein, Alb Observador: Till Credner

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Hydra, the Water Snake, is the largest constellation of the celestial sphere. Its length spans more than a quarter around the sky (about 7 hours in alpha). Hydra can be seen best in spring time (northern hemisphere). However, the stars shine just faintly and from Europe and North America the constellation creeps close to the southern horizon.