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Pisces — The Fishes

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How to say it: PICE-eez, PISS-eez

Abbreviation & genitive: Psc; Piscium

Approximate position: 01h, +15°

One of the original forty-eight Greek constellations listed by Ptolemy in the Almagest (second-century CE); 14th largest; contains 150 naked-eye stars.

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