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FACTS, LOCATION & MAP Pegasus is the seventh largest constellation in the sky, occupying an area of 1121 square degrees. It is located in the fourth quadrant of the northern hemisphere (NQ4) and can be seen at latitudes between +90° and -60°.What percent of the sky does the constellation Pegasus cover?
Pegasus(Pronounciation:Peg-a-sus, Abbrev:Peg, Latin:Pegasi) is a constellation, one of 88 constellations that the night sky is divided into. The sky is not divided up equally between the constellations. Pegasus takes up 1120.794 sq. degrees of the night sky which equates to 2.72% of the night sky.What is the best time to see the constellation Pegasus?
Visible at latitudes between + 90 ° and − 60 °. Best visible at 21:00 (9 p.m.) during the month of October. Pegasus is a constellation in the northern sky, named after the winged horse Pegasus in Greek mythology.What is the brightest star in the constellation Pegasus?
The brightest star in Pegasus is Markab and is located about 79.78 light years from the Sun. The star has a apparent magnitude of 2.49 but an absolute magnitude of -0.57 when the star is viewed from a distance of 10 Parsecs or 32.6 Light Years.