But one obvious exception to that rule lies high in the December evening sky. Even the most cynical eye can see a triangle among the stars of Triangulum!
Nestled to the south of Andromeda, Triangulum doesn’t contain any stars brighter than 3rd-magnitude Beta (β) Trianguli. Yet the constellation is still easy to pick out, thanks to its simple shape and stark surroundings.
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