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A star constellation that, in the Northern Hemisphere, can be seen in the southern sky. Although it lacks specific defining features, it was imagined in ancient Babylonian and Greek mythologies to resemble a water bearer (Aquarius in Latin).

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"Photography of the constellation Aquarius, the water bearer, July 17, 2004" by Till Credner is licensed under CC BY-SA.

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