Caelum, also known as Chisel, the engravers' chisel and Caelum Sculptorium, is a constellation in the night sky that borders Dorado, Columba, Lepus, Eridanus, Horologium and Pictor. Caelum has 4 Main Stars and 1 of its stars has planets. The brightest star in Caelum is Alpha Caeli.
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Stars within Caelum are: Alpha Caeli, Beta Caeli, X Cae, Gamma1 Cae, Delta Caeli, Zeta Caeli, Nu Caeli, RR Caeli, Lambda Caeli, RV Cae, HD 30876, R Cae, Z Cae, S Cae, V Cae, Y Cae, W Cae and T Cae. Galaxies inside of Caelum are: NG 1679, IC 2106 and NGC 1571.
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Caelum was introduced in The 1750's AD by French Astronomer Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille who originally received the name Caelum Sculptorium or The Engravers' Chisel. It would later be changed to its current name, Caelum, by English Astronomer Francis Baily.
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