The Aquarius constellation can be found in the Northern Hemisphere.
Pegasus is north of the constellation Aquarius.
the aquarius' constellation is blue
Aquarius is a constellation of stars.
A circumpolar constellation is a constellation that never drops below the horizon of the viewer. The constellation Aquarius is not considered circumpolar but seasonal.
The constellation Aquarius has 10-22 stars in it, depending on how you look at it.
No. Phoenix is a totally different constellation to Aquarius. It is not visible from northerly latitudes
Aquarius is a constellation, not a star.
the brightest star in the Aquarius constellation is the 'β Aqr' (Sadalsuud) (2.91m)
Aquarius is not a planet - it's a constellation!
Aquarius is a constellation not a star.
dimmest stars in aquarius
Aquarius is the 10th largest constellation in the sky, occupying an area of 980 square degrees.
Capricornus and Pegasus are the closest constellations to Aquarius.
the Aquarius star has 15 stars
The constellation Aquarius has several major stars. Its brightest is Sadalsuud, Beta Aquarii. The constellation also has seven stars with known planets.
There is no zodiacal constellation north of other zodiacal constellations. A zodiacal constellation is a constellation that is along the ecliptic. There are zodiacal constellations to the left and right of Aquarius (Pisces & Capricornus, respectively), but just other, regular constellations above and below Aquarius.
Aquarius is called Ydrochóos in Greek.
It isn't "in a galaxy". Aquarius is a constellation, which is basically a direction in the sky.
Since 2002, the Sun appears in the constellation Aquarius from 16 February - 11 March. In tropical astrology, the Sun is considered to be in the sign Aquarius from 20 January - 19 February