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Pisces Constellation

Pisces is the 12th sign of the Zodiac and is represented by two fish swimming in opposite directions. The two fish symbolize the internal struggle of the soul within a Pisces. Often, the fish are swimming away from each other in a circle representing life
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Andrew Salmon

on 4 May 2010

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Transcript of Pisces Constellation

PISCES Pisces is the 12th sign of the Zodiac and is represented by two fish swimming in opposite directions. The two fish symbolize the internal struggle of the soul. In early Autumn skies Pisces is to the southeast around one or two a.m.; during the last week of October it is due south at midnight. Aries is a small constellation
located Northwest of Pisces. Triangulum is another small
constellation located North
of Pisces. The Great Square of Pegasus
is seen East of Pisces. Beta - 4.5 - blue-white - 320 light years - 10000-30000 K
Gamma - 3.7 - yellow - 160 light years - 5000 K
Eta - 3.6 - yellow - 140 light years - 4930 K
Kappa - 4.9 - blue white - 98 light years - 7500-11000 K According to Roman legend, Venus and her son Cupid escaped from Typhon, a fire-monster, by swimming through the sea. To stay together in the dark depths, they tied themselves together by a rope. THE END THE END Star Table Type Apparent Magnitude Color Distance According to Roman legend, Venus and her son Cupid escaped from Typhon, a fire-monster, by swimming through the sea. To stay together in the dark depths, they tied themselves together by a rope. Tempurature
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