Unknown Constellation (Pronounciation:, Abbrev:, Latin:) is a constellation, one of 88 constellations that the night sky is divided into. The sky is not divided up equally between the constellations. Unknown Constellation takes up 0 sq. degrees of the night sky which equates to 0% of the night sky. The constellation gets its name as it name means . It was not one of the original constellations that had been devised by Ptolemy, instead it was created by years later.
Unknown Constellation is not a member of the Zodiac group of twelve constellations that appear when the Sun sets.
The number of stars that have been catalogued as part of the Hipparcos Star Catalogue from Unknown Constellation is 0. The number of stars that are of magnitude 6.0 or lower in the constellation is 0. The number of stars in the constellation that make up the outline is 0.
There are no deep space objects that were identified by Charles Messier in this constellation. There are no non-Messier deep space objects in this constellation that are covered at present on this site.
The nearest star to Earth is which is roughly about 0.0 Light Years from the Earth. The nearest star to the Earth with an exoplanet is which is about 0.0 Light Years. The furthest star that can be located in the constellation is which is located about 0.0 Light Years away from the Sun.
The dimmest star that can be seen in Unknown Constellation with the naked eye is . The dim star has an apparent magnitude of 0.0. The dimmest star that a person is able to see with their naked eye is 6.0 magnitude based on the table in the reference. Ref: University of Michigan
The caveat of these stars are that they are catalogued on this site. If you know of a star that is nearer or further then do let me know in the comments and I'll add it to the site. The stars mentioned are from the Hipparcos catalogue or have been added because of their special status. There are no major meteor showers that radiate from within this constellation.
|Is a Zodiac Sign||Yes|
|Area||0 sq. deg.|
|Percentage of Night Sky||0%|
|Site Exoplanet Count||0|
|Meteor Shower Count||0|
|Bright Star Count||0|
|Hipparcos Star Count||0|
|Main Star Count||0|
|Messier Deep Space Object Count||0|
|*Non-Messier Deep Space Object Count||0|
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*Note: The number of Non-Messier Deep Space Object Count relates to how many are covered on this site not how many there are.
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