Canis Minor

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Canis Minor


From Latin canis minor, the "lesser dog".

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Canis Minor

  1. (astronomy) A small winter constellation of the northern sky, said to resemble a dog following the hunter Orion. It is most notable for including the eighth brightest star in the night sky, Procyon.

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Canis Minor f

  1. (astronomy) Canis Minor (small winter constellation of the northern sky)
    Synonym: Cão Menor