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What is the size of Camelopardalis constellation?

The size of a constellation such as Camelopardalis (The Giraffe) is measured in square degrees and it is 756.828 sq. degrees in size. It takes up 1.83% of the night sky. It is the 18th largest constellation in the night sky.

It has 75 stars that have an apparent magnitude of 6.5 or lower. 6.5 is the faintest a star can be before it is no longer viewable with the naked eye. Of those bright stars, only 8 stars make up the constellation pattern.


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