The six November constellations contain such popular groups as Andromeda, the Princess of Ethiopia, Cassiopeia, Queen of Ethiopia, and Pisces, the fish. Andromeda is the home of the Andromeda Galaxy. This spiral galaxy is the largest and brightest galaxy in the night sky. It is also one of the closest galaxies to our own Milky Way. Astronomers believe that our galaxy is very similar in shape and structure to the Andromeda galaxy. Cassiopeia contains two notable open star clusters and a beautiful, face-on spiral galaxy can be found nestled within the constellation of Pisces. The remaining constellations of November contain only faint stars. Click on any constellation below for more information.
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