Northern Hemisphere locations will observe Cygnus, the Swan, which includes the Northern Cross asterism. The tail of the swan is marked by the bright star Deneb, Arabic for "tail". Three fainter stars cross the line between Deneb and the head of the swan, Albireo. Cygnus flies southward along the summer Milky Way, and into the Summer Triangle.
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Southern Hemisphere locations will observe Sagittarius, the Archer, which includes the Teapot asterism. Sagittarius is a centaur with the torso of a man atop the body of a horse. Unlike the wise and peaceful centaur Chiron (Centaurus), Sagittarius is aiming his giant bow at his neighbor, Scorpius. While this is a very large constellation, its stars are relatively faint and most people easily recognize just the central figure which resembles a teapot with a lid, handle, and spout.
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