Pegasus, a constellation in the Northern Hemisphere. It is clearly visible in the autumn during the early evening. Pegasus lies between the constellations Andromeda and Aquarius. It contains part of the Great Square, a figure composed of four bright stars. The brightest star in the Great Square. Alpheratz, was originally part of Pegasus, but is now included in Andromeda.
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