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The Constellation Andromeda

What is the constellation named after?

The constellation is named after an Ethiopian princess that the Greek hero Perseus saved in ancient Greek Mythology.

In Greek Mythology Andromeda was changed into a constellation upon her death, the only constellation with a spiral nebula in the northern constellation visible to the unaided eye.

Directly Related:

Andromeda Read the myth of how Perseus used Medusa to save the princess Andromeda!

 

 

Other Greek Facts:  

  • The Naming of  Istanbul Have you ever wondered how Istanbul came to have its' name?
  • Greek Cooking Learn who created the first cook book and when it was created! 
  • Medicine Who is considered the Father of Medicine? 
  • The Sun Centered Universe Who was the Astronomer who was the first to state that the Earth revolved around the Sun, nearly two thousand years before Copernicus? 
  • The Spider The Spider is a member of what family? How was this family named?  Quite Interesting! 

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