Microscopium


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Mi·cro·sco·pi·um

 (mī′krə-skō′pē-əm)
n.
A constellation in the Southern Hemisphere.

[New Latin Mīcroscopium, microscope, Microscopium : micro- + -scopium, -scope.]

Microscopium

(ˌmaɪkrəˈskəʊpɪəm)
n, Latin genitive Microscopii (ˌmaɪkrəˈskəʊpɪˌaɪ)
(Celestial Objects) a faint constellation in the S hemisphere lying near Sagittarius and Capricornus
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Noun1.Microscopium - a faint constellation in the southern hemisphere near Sagittarius and Capricornus
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Dwarf planets in 2015 Name Interval Constellation Ceres Jan 01 to Mar 31 Sagittarius Apr 1 to Jun 29 Capricornus Jun 30 to July 25 Microscopium Jul 26 to Nov 07 Sagittarius Nov 08 to Nov 18 Microscopium Nov 19 to Dec 31 Capricornus Pluto Entire year Sagittarius Makemake Entire year Coma Berenices Haumea Entire year Bootes Eris Entire year Cetus
Lower still lies the small and insignificant Microscopium.
Hubble saw a ring around only one, HD 202628, which resides near the southern constellations Grus and Microscopium.
Mirabile inquam; nam quod Telescopium in coelestibus corporibus ingentibus longo spatio dissitis, efficit, hoc idem in terrestribus corporibus minutissimis & prope oculos nostros efficit Microscopium.
At a press conference last week, researchers announced that the Hubble Space Telescope had detected such radiation from a Milky Way flare star called AU Microscopium.
Deep Sky Worth Viewing (Binoculars or telescope) Object Type Con Object Type Con Lagoon Nebula BrtN Sgr M2 Glcl Aqr Helix Nebula Plnb Aqr M7 OpCl Sco Full details on pages 82 to 84 Constellations Day Constellation 04 Microscopium 05 Capricorn 09 Equuleus 13 Indus 25 Piscis Austrinus 26 Aquarius 28 Lacerta 29 Grus Date of midnight culmination.
Constellations Day Constellation Day Constellation 04 Microscopium 25 Piscis Austrinus 05 Capricorn 26 Aquarius 09 Equuleus 28 Lacerta 13 Indus 29 Grus Date of midnight culmination.