Aries, also known as Ram or The Ram, is a constellation in the night sky that borders Pisces, Perseus, Cetus, Taurus and Triangulum. Aries has 4 to 9 main stars and 6 of its stars has planets. The brightest star in Aries is Hamal (Hemal, Ras Hammel, El Nath, Arietis, Alpha Arietis).
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Stars inside of Aries are: Hamal (Alpha Arietis), Teegarden's Star, 41 Arietis, Delta Arietis, Epsilon Arietis, Lambda Arietis, Zeta Arietis, 39 Arietis, 30 Ari, Pi Ari, 35 Ari, 53 Ari, 33 Ari, HIP 14810, 14 Ari, 56 Ari, HD 12661, HD 20367, HD 20367, L 1159-16, VZ Arietis, BD+20°307, Sigma Ari, 15 Ari, WASP-11/HAT-P-10, R Ari, Omicron Ari, WD 0145+234, 7 Ari, Kappa Ari, U Ari, 85 Ceti, Eta Ari, 19 Ari, 29 Ari, 38 Ari, Nu Ari, Xi Ari, Iota Ari, Tau1 Ari, Mu Ari, T Ari, 64 Ari, Theta Ari, 59 Ari, 21 Ari, 10 Arietis, 31 Ari, 40 Ari, 47 Ari, 55 Ari and 20 Ari. Galaxies inside of Aries are: NGC 772, NGC 770, NGC 935 & IC 1801, Segue 2, NGC 691, NGC 673, NGC 680, NGC 877, NGC 821, NGC 678, NGC 1156, UGC 2140, 3C 79, NGC 972, NGC 1134, NGC 674, NGC 803, NGC 992, CL0024+27, Pisces Galaxy(Pisces Dwarf), NGC 694, IC 1828, NGC 1029, NGC 514, IC 1727, NGC 784, NGc 1024, IC 167, NGC 820, NGC 695 and UGC 1432.
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Aries as a constellation dates back to Ancient Babylon and Ancient Egypt who saw it as a man with a ram's head who was the Egyptian god Amon-Ra, who was representative of Creativity and Fertility. Aries would not though be Officially Introduced as a Constellation until The Classical World Era. Aries in The Classical World was The Golden Ram who saved Prince of Boeotia and Nephele, Phrixus and Helle from orders of The god of Travellers, Thieves, Merchants and Orators, Hermes.
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