Constellation aquila

Aquila is an ancient constellation described by Ptolemy in the 2nd century. It represents the eagle who carried the thunderbolts of Zeus (Jupiter to the Romans) and occasionally aided the god in his seductions. ©Mona Evans, "Heavenly Aviaries – Bird Constellations" http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art33297.asp

Aquila is an ancient constellation described by Ptolemy in the 2nd century. It represents the eagle who carried the thunderbolts of Zeus (Jupiter to the Romans) and occasionally aided the god in his seductions. ©Mona Evans, "Heavenly Aviaries – Bird Constellations" http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art33297.asp

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Aquila Constellation

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Aquila (constelación) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Aquila (constelación) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Aquila constellation is located in the northern sky, near the celestial equator. Its name means “the eagle” in Latin. It represents the eagle of the Roman god Jupiter in mythology.

Aquila constellation is located in the northern sky, near the celestial equator. Its name means “the eagle” in Latin. It represents the eagle of the Roman god Jupiter in mythology.

In the 2nd century CE, Greek-Egyptian astronomer Claudius Ptolemaeus (aka. Ptolemy) released one of the most influential books in the history of astronomy. Known as the Almagest, this book included the 48 then-known constellation into a system of cosmology that would remain influential for over a thousand years. Among the 48 constellations listed in this book was Aquila, a constellation in the northern sky that extends across the celestial equator.

In the 2nd century CE, Greek-Egyptian astronomer Claudius Ptolemaeus (aka. Ptolemy) released one of the most influential books in the history of astronomy. Known as the Almagest, this book included the 48 then-known constellation into a system of cosmology that would remain influential for over a thousand years. Among the 48 constellations listed in this book was Aquila, a constellation in the northern sky that extends across the celestial equator.

Aquila (constellation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aquila (constellation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aquila constellation-Altair-Shravana, Beta and Gamma Aquilae in Aquila Constellation  These three stars are pictured as the 3 footprints of Vamana in His gigantic Trivikrama form.

Aquila constellation-Altair-Shravana, Beta and Gamma Aquilae in Aquila Constellation These three stars are pictured as the 3 footprints of Vamana in His gigantic Trivikrama form.

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