Equuleus, the Little Horse, represented by the distorted rectangle in
the middle of the picture, is the smallest of all the ancient
constellations, and is just beaten for smallest of all by modern
Crux, the Southern Cross.
Kitalpha, the constellation's brightest star, lies
just to the right of center, while much brighter Enif in
Pegasus dominates the lower left corner. Delta Equ is the
left-hand star of the wide pair up and to the left of Kitalpha, Gamma the right-hand one.
Note unrelated 6 Equ, which is down and to the right of, and barely separable from, Gamma. Beta is
to the left and a bit down from the Alpha star.