The Great Square of
Pegasus (to the right side of the picture)
rises like a great diamond over the eastern horizon, the
reddish giant star Scheat at the top
just to the right of the top center edge. The left-hand star
of the Square, Alpheratz, is actually in
Andromeda, and begins
two lovely strings of stars in that constellation that go down
and to the left and off the picture. At the right-hand corner is
Markab, at the bottom, Algenib. Sadalbari, which consists of Mu
and Lambda Peg lie to the right of Scheat. Psi is to the
right of Alpheratz, while Chi is up and to the left of Algenib.
56 Peg is down and to the right of Scheat.