Camelopardalis We look through the shutter of the 2.3-meter telescope of Steward Observatory at the dome of the four-meter telescope atop Kitt Peak in Arizona. Polaris, its little "Engagement Ring" just above it, Delta Ursae Minoris below, shines toward the bottom of the picture. With the main figure of Camelopardalis near the top (Alpha Cam the left-hand star of the two nearly obscured by the telescope's framework, Gamma Cam down and to the left), the photo features a detailed view of the northern part of the constellation, which is seen nearly overhead, north down and a bit to the right. (Beta Cam is completely hidden.)