Yes there is a constellation called Pegasus.
Pegasus is a constellation in the Northern, named after the Pegasus of Greek Mythology. Pegesis.
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The named stars that make up the constellation Pegasus are Markab, Scheat, Algenib, Enif, Homam, Matar, Baham, and Sadalbari
The constellation of Pegasus is in the northern sky. It is usually visible in summer, and is near the constellation of Andromeda.
The star Enif is the brightest in the constellation Pegasus.
There is no constellation named after the unicorn, but there is Pegasus the flying horse from Greek mythology.
what constellation borders pisces, pegasus & lacerto
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the pegasus is next to lacerta
The Pegasus Constellation.
It's the brightest star in the constellation Pegasus. Looking at the Pegaus constellation, it is the brightest.
what part of the sky is pegasus the constellation located in
Pegasus is a constellation and cannot therefore have a surface.
Pegasus is a constellation and cannot therefore have a temperature
The Pegasus constellation is named after the mythical winged-horsed in Greek legend. The brightest star of the constellation is the Epsilon Pegasi or Enif.