The large "vee" of stars that occupies most of the center of the picture
is the central region of Pisces, the Fishes, most of it representing
the cord that ties the two together. Alrescha is down at the point
of the "vee."
The famed Circlet of Pisces,
which represents the western of the two fish, is up and to the
right off the picture (continuing from Delta, which is near the
upper right corner). The eastern fish is up and to the left
The bright body is Jupiter, which passed through the constellation in 1999.
The brighter of the two stars at upper left are in
then 107 Psc are to the upper right of them.
To see a labelled image, push the star:
Pisces has two stars with orbiting PLANETS:
54 Psc (which has a brown dwarf companion),
109 Psc, and HR 8734.
Nearly a dozen years later, Jupiter is back in
Pisces, this time accompanied by Uranus.