Is Camelopardalis in the summer sky?
The constellation Camelopardalis is visible year-round in the northern hemisphere. It is easy to locate due to its close proximity to Polaris in Ursa Minor, marking the North Celestial Pole. In the summer sky, Camelopardalis can be located fairly low on the northern horizon, below Polaris and to the west of the crown of Cassiopeia. Our name for it comes from the Italian, by way of Arabic, but which animal did the Romans call "camelopardalis"? - Giraffe