Virgo, Coma Berenices and Corvus

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The constellations of Virgo and Coma Berenices. Although this whole area contains the great Virgo cluster of galaxies, they are all too faint and small to be visible in this wide-angle photograph. <br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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The constellations of Virgo and Coma Berenices. Although this whole area contains the great Virgo cluster of galaxies, they are all too faint and small to be visible in this wide-angle photograph. 
Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
The constellations Virgo and Corvus, with parts of Hydra and Centaurus visible at the bottom of the picture.<br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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The constellations Virgo and Corvus, with parts of Hydra and Centaurus visible at the bottom of the picture.
Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
Virgo, indicated by lines.<br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Virgo, indicated by lines.
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Coma BerenicesCredit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Coma Berenices and northern part of Virgo
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Hydra<br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Hydra, also including Virgo, Corvus and Libra. Hydra is the largest constellation in the sky.
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Main stars of Virgo, as seen with the naked eyeCredit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Main stars of Virgo, as seen with the naked eye
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Coma Berenices<br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Coma Berenices star cluster
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Stars of Virgo and Corvus, Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire, UK
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Stars of Virgo and Corvus, Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire, UK
Libra and Virgo over rooftops, UK<br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Libra and Virgo over rooftops, UK
Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy