Argo Navis

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From Latin Argo nāvis, the mythical "ship Argo"

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Argo Navis

  1. (astronomy): A former constellation of the southern sky, said to represent the mythical ship Argo. In 1763, it was divided into the three new constellations: Carina (keel), Puppis (stern), and Vela (sail).

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