The upside-down Little Milk Dipper of Sagittarius dominates the upper center of the photograph, its handle sticking into the Milky Way. Nunki is the upper right hand star of the bowl. Sagittarius' "bow" starts at the end of the Little Milk Dipper's handle and bends down and to the left (from top to bottom, Kaus Borealis, Kaus Media, and Kaus Australis). The arrow runs from the center of the bow down and to the right and points to the center of the Galaxy (GC) in the dark clouds of the Milky Way, seen running from upper right to lower center. X Sgr is the bright star just above the Galactic Center. The bow, arrow, and the Little Milk Dipper together make "the "Teapot." The cluster M 7 in Scorpius is seen just to the right of bottom center; Scorpius's two star "Stinger" is at the bottom edge. The Lagoon Nebula, M 8, lies just to the left of the Winter Solstice. Down and to the left of the Little Milk Dipper curls the semi-circle of Corona Australis, the Southern Crown. See the wide field of constellations around Sagittarius. At lower right is Theta Ophiuchi.