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What is Draco?

Draco is a constellation located in the northern sky. The name  Draco means "dragon" in Latin. The constellation originated in  Greek mythology.

When did Draco get its name?

Draco, the constellation, got its name in 1944 and is a mythological name like Orion or The Big Dipper. It is a beautiful constellation but is only seen at high lattitudes.
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When can you see Draco?

The best time to see the constellation Draco is in July around 9 PM  local time in the Northern Hemisphere. Draco cannot be seen in the  Southern Hemisphere.
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What did Draco do?

Draco was a leader in Athens who instituted a very harsh legal code  that applied to everyone and punished infractions of the law with  death, even if someone broke a small (MORE)

Where is Draco?

Draco is a constellation that is located in the northern sky. It  can be seen year round from the northern hemisphere.

Why is Draco the consolation called Draco?

Draco the dragon is famous throughout mythology. This great beast was especially present in greek myth. One of the more popular stories involves Heracles and the twelve labors (MORE)

How hot is draco?

Draco is a constellation, a collection of stars, so it's impossible to give a temperature.
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