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Where is the constellation Coma Berenices located in the night sky?

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Click on the link to your right for the location of the Coma Berenices.

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Coma Berenices is a constellation near the Constellation of Leo. Historically it was an asterism (arrangement of stars), but is now one of the 88 constellations covering the night sky.

You are thinking of coma berenices, a constellation of stars near Leo.

The Black Eye Galaxy (M64) is located in the Coma Berenices constellation,See related link for more information, star map and pictures.

None of them. There is a queen in the sky - the constellation Cassiopeia - but she is actually a queen of ancient Ethiopia. There is another close match: Coma Berenices or Bernice's Hair. She was Greek royalty, but not a queen.

They are:BoötesComa BerenicesLeoCraterCorvusHydraLibraSerpens Caput

Ursa Major, Leo Minor, Lynx (corner), Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Virgo, Coma Berenices

Coma Berenices is made up of three main stars with a much fainter forth.* α Com - Diadem * β Com - Al Ḍafīrah * ρ Com - Shang Tseang * 21 - Com KissīnSee related link for a star map.

Canes Venatici ( marked by the stars Cor Caroli & Chara)alsoComa Berenices is near by but not quite between.

The constellations that border the constellation Ursa Major are: Draco Camelopardalis Lynx Leo Minor Leo Coma Berenices Canes Venatici Boötes

Any constellation is a group of stars that appear to form some kind of pattern, but have no connection with each other. They all happen to be in roughly the same direction from us, but they're all at different distances. So there's no such thing as a constellation's distance from us.

Any constellation is a group of stars that appear to form some kind of pattern, but have no connection with each other. They all happen to be in roughly the same direction from us, but they're all at different distances. So there's no such thing as a constellation's distance from us.

BoötesComa BerenicesLeoCraterCorvusHydraLibraSerpens Caput

DracoCamelopardalisLynxLeo MinorLeoComa BerenicesCanes VenaticiBoötes

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The BFB2004 NGC 4676 1176 galaxy (one of the background galaxies of the Mice Galaxies) is a spiral galaxy 6000 million light-years from Earth in the Coma Berenices constellation, and is 120,000 light-years in diameter, and contains about 200 billion stars.

Virgo is bordered by these constellations: Boötes Coma Berenices Leo Crater Corvus Hydra Libra Serpens Caput

The PGC 1762846 galaxy is a barred spiral galaxy 1000 million light-years from Earth (redshift of 0.07) in the Coma Berenices constellation, and is 100,000 light-years in diameter (same size as the Milky Way), and contains about 100 billion stars (same number of stars as the Milky Way). It emitted its light 1000 million years ago, when the universe was about 13,000 million years old.

The BFB2004 NGC 4676 638 galaxy (one of the background galaxies in the Mice Galaxies) is a spiral galaxy 5300 million light-years from Earth, in the Coma Berenices constellation, and is 100,000 light-years in diameter (same size as the Milky Way), and contains about 100 billion stars (same number of stars in the Milky Way). It emitted its light 5300 million years ago, when the universe was 8400 million years old.

The BFB2004 NGC 4676 1289 galaxy (one of the background galaxies of the Mice Galaxies) is a spiral galaxy 5300 million light-years (redshift of 0.54) from Earth in the Coma Berenices constellation, and is 100,000 light-years in diameter (same size as the Milky Way), and contains about 100 billion stars (the same number of stars as the Milky Way). It emitted its light 5300 million years ago when the universe was 8400 million years old.

The BFB2004 NGC 4676 833 galaxy (one of the background galaxies of the Mice Galaxies) is a spiral galaxy 5000 million light-years (redshift of 0.5) from Earth in the Coma Berenices constellation, and is 90,000 light-years in diameter (almost the same size as the Milky Way), and contains about 100 billion stars (same number of stars as the Milky Way). It emitted its light 5000 million years ago, when the universe was about 9000 million years old.

The BFB2004 NGC 4676 278 galaxy (one of the background galaxies of the Mice Galaxies) is an elliptical galaxy 6000 million light-years (redshift of 0.6) from Earth in the Coma Berenices constellation, and is 120,000 light-years in diameter (1.2 times larger than the Milky Way), and contains about 200 billion stars (twice the number of the Milky Way's stars). It emitted its light 6000 million years ago, when the universe was 8000 million years old.

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The BFB2004 NGC 4676 2934 galaxy (one of the background galaxies of the Mice Galaxies) is a spiral galaxy 4700 million (almost 5000 million) light-years from Earth in the Coma Berenices constellation, and is 100,000 light-years in diameter (same size as the Milky Way) and contains about 100 billion stars (same number of stars in the Milky Way). It emitted its light 4700 million (nearly 5000 million) years ago, when the universe was 9000 million years old.


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