The W-shape of Cassiopeia, upside-down as seen when it is near the zenith, is centered in the photograph; north is down and a bit left. From left to right are Caph (Beta), Shedar (Alpha), Gamma Cas, Ruchbah (Delta), and Segin (Epsilon). Kappa, which completes Cassiopeia's "Chair," is below Shedar. Rho and 6 Cas are respectively up and to the left and down and to the left of Caph, while Iota Cas is toward the lower right corner. Mu and Theta Cas are together known as Marfak. Near far right center is the famed Double Cluster in Perseus.