Triangulum


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a small northern constellation near Perseus between Andromeda and Aries

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Triangulum, a constellation called so for its three biggest stars, seems the perfect title for the book with a piece of mirror on the cover, "so that the reader can see himself/herself in our poems," Rajib says.
Price and Kelly (1989) described microornamentation in four species of lampropeltines: Red Ratsnakes (Pantherophis guttatus), Moellendorffs Ratsnake (Orthriophis moellendorffi), Prairie Kingsnakes (Lampropeltis calligaster), and Milksnakes (Lampro peltis triangulum).
Lockman and colleagues used the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia to compare the Smith Cloud with others near the galaxy and seven massive clouds that sit between the Andromeda and Triangulum galaxies.
Suriano (1997) considered Androspira (Suriano, 1981) a junior synonymy of Palombitrema Price and Bussing, 1968, and described the species Palombitrema triangulum. Currently, the genus Palombitrema includes three species: P heteroancistrium Price and Bussing, 1968, P.
NEIGHBOUR Nearby Triangulum Galaxy has similar shape to our own
You have captured something fascinating: a juvenile milk-snake (Lampropeltis triangulum) trying to consume what appears to be an adult Northern brown or DeKay's snake (Storeria dekayi).
This new Hubble image shows ESO 137-001, a galaxy located in the southern constellation of Triangulum Australe.
Not too far from the Andromeda spiral lies M33, known as the Triangulum or Pinwheel galaxy, which is a spiral galaxy that is face on to Earth, but much more difficult to detect due to its low surface brightness.
This corresponds to start and end points (RA/Dec) of approximately 16h30, -72[degrees] to 16h36, -35[degrees], a path from near alpha Triangulum Austrini to epsilon Scorpii, and an arc of travel of about 37[degrees].
In Mexico, the genus Lampropeltis is comprised of 11 species (Bryson et al., 2005; Comision Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad, 2009) grouped into two complexes, the triangulum complex and the mexicana complex.