Chameleon, also known as The Chameleon, is a constellation in the night sky that borders Octans, Musca, Apus, Carina, Volans and Mensa. Chameleon has three main stars one of its stars has a planet. The brightest star in Chameleon is Alpha Chamaeleontis.
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Stars within Chameleon are: Alpha Chamaeleontis, Eta Chamaeleontis, HD 63454, Delta1 Chamaeleontis, Beta Chamaeleontis, Gamma Chamaeleontis, CHXR 73, OTS 44, ChaHα8, 2M1101AB, Epsilon Chamaeleontis, HD 979300, Zeta Chamaeleontis, HD 979300, Zeta Chamaeleontis, R Chamaeleontis, HD 97048, Theta Chamaeleontis, RZ Cha, HD 72922, Delta2 Chamaeleontis, Iota Chamaeleontis, Kappa Cha, Pi Cha, Mu2 Cha, Nu Cha, Mu1 Cha, RS Cha, Z Cha, HR 3543, HR 3000, T Cha, Y Cha, W Cha, U Cha, HR 5082, IRAS 12556-7731, X Cha and V Cha.
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Chameleon was introduced by Dutch-Flemish Astronomer Petrus Plancius in the 1500's and 1 of 12 constellation of his creation.
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