NORTHERN HOROLOGIUM AND DORADO
Two modern constellations, Horologium (the Clock) and Dorado (the
below the southern horizon. Among the dimmest of constellations,
Horologium's luminary and Alpha star (just to the left of center)
is only fourth magnitude. The others, including Delta (just to the
right of Alpha), are fifth magnitude and fainter. Three more
named stars lie much farther down in
central Horologium, while Beta Hor is in deep
southern Horologium. Toward the lower left
corner is the third brightest in Dorado (the Swordfish), Gamma Dor. Alpha
Doradus is just off the picture down and to the left of Gamma. The
constellation's luminary Alpha star is below the horizon.
Southern Dorado is seen along with southern Pictor and Reticulum.
Caelum, the Graving Tool, is to the upper left.