Canis Minor, The Lesser dog, looks like a straight in the sky almost. The Puppy, just like the adult Canis, is friendly and loyal. It's Canis Major, Canis Minor is the whole package, just smaller.
Canis Minor is located in The Northern Celestial Hemisphere. And likewise to Canis Major, Canis Minor follows The Orion Constellation. Galaxies with Canis Minor are NGC 2508, NGC 2350, NGC 2485, NGC 2470, NGC 2416, IC 498, NGC 2504, NGC 2538, NGC 2511, IC 494, NGC 2510, NGC 2491, IC 2231 & NGC 2499. Stars known within Canis Minor are: Beta Canis Minoris, Luyten's Star, Gamma Canis Minoris, HD 66141, Procyon A, Procyon B, 11 Canis Minoris, 6 Canis Minoris, Epsilon Canis Minoris, 1 Canis Minoris, AZ Canis Minoris, 14 Canis Minoris, YZ Canis Minoris, BU Canis Minoris, S Canis Minoris, BC Canis Minoris, Zeta Canis Minoris, Eta Canis Minoris, V Canis Minoris, R Canis Minoris, HAT-P-50, Delta1 Canis Minoris, Delta2 Canis Minoris, Delta3 Canis Minoris, W Canis Minoris, HD 61563, IC 473, T CMi, Z Canis Minoris, HD 66665, U Canis Minoris & Y Canis Minoris.
In The Traditional Mesopotamian Culture, is where we find stories about Canis Minor. In Ancient Mesopotamia, Procyon and Gomeisa, were known as twins or MASH.TA.BA within The Three Star Each Tablets. In Akkadian Astronomy, Canis Minor was Tarlugalla. The Classical World called Canis Minor, Coming before the dog. In The Traditional Classical World Religion, Canis Minor was associated with The Teumessian Fox. This Fox was turned into stone by The King of The gods, Zeus; along with his hunter, Laelaps. Zeus placed both Laelaps and The Teumessian Fox into the night sky as Canis Major (Laelaps) & Canis Minor (Teumessian Fox).
Who doth not want a puppy? Unless, thou art allergic to Canines, thou probably want a puppy? Why is this? Is it because, like the Adult Canis, it is both loyal and friendly? Most likely, when one is friendly and loyal, people are likely to flock to that individual. If we are friendly and loyal, perhaps we too, could be highly desired by many.
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