Sagitta and Delphinus

Sagitta and Delphinus are two relatively small, lesser-known constellations. Sagitta can be found between Cygnus and Aquila, with Albireo in Cygnus and Altair in Aquila see in this image. squarely between Sagitta's two brightest stars (Gamma and Delta, marked here) lies globular star cluster M71. Delphinus can be found East of Altair and Aquila. The star at lower right appears brighter on the sky than it does in this image and might be seen as the tail of a leaping dolphin, with the dolphin's front consisting of the group of stars containing Sualocin and Rotanev.