Daily cosmobite: the Swordfish

Daily cosmobite: the Swordfish

Published by Nick Lomb on November 20, 2012 No Comments

Dorado the Swordfish is a faint constellation in the south-east in the early evening. It is just above the bright star Canopus. Like Tucana the Toucan it is distinguished only because it contains one of the most famous objects in the southern sky, the Large Magellanic Cloud.

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