I need more books on constellations, star stuff, astronomy - our way of exploring
Here are some links on constellation mythology:
These are via the Hubble / Space Telescope site
Pisces / Pegasus
Sagittarius "The constellation Sagittarius (the Archer), home to the globular cluster M22, is one of the best known constellations in the sky. Sagittarius contains a large number of famous nebulae and star clusters due to the presence of some of the richest star fields of the Milky Way."
Orion "This ground-based image was taken by Japanese amateur astronomer Akira Fujii and shows the constellations Orion, Canis Minor and Canis major."
Via Universe Today
Deneb "Deneb, also known as Alpha Cygni, Arided and Aridif, is the brightest star in the Cygnus constellation. It is also one of the vertices of the Summer Triangle. It is ranked as the 19th brightest star in the night sky with an apparent magnitude of 1.25. It is a blue-white supergaint and, among nearby stars, it is one of the most luminous. "
Running Man/ Orion