|Tiny and obscure summer constellations|
This photo shows Equuleus (little horse), Delphinus (the dolphin), Sagitta (arrow), Vulpecula (little fox), Aquila (the eagle), and Lyra (the lyre, or small harp). How does two dots make a little fox? And how cool is the word Vulpecula? And how much does Aquila look like a pterodactyl?
If you want to see what constellations are visible this month, check out What's Out Tonight? (www.whatsouttonight.com) for a free star chart.