Horologium, also known as The Pendulum Clock, is a constellation in the night sky that borders Dorado, Hydrus, Erindanus, Reticulum and Caelum. Horologium has 6 main stars and 4 of its stars has planets. The brightest star in Horologium is Alpha Horologii.
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Stars inside Horologium are: Alpha Horologii, Beta Horologii, Iota Horologii, R Horologii, Gliese 1061, Delta Horologii, HD 27631, Mu Horologii, Gliese 146, Eta Horologii, Nu Hor, TW Hor, Lambda Hor, Zeta Hor, U Hor, Gamma Hor, S Hor, IC 2042, W Hor, V Hor, DK Lacertae, Z Hor, X Hor, HD 15379, Gliese 114.1 A, HD 21981, Gliese 93 and T Hor. Galaxies inside of Horologium are: Horologium I, NGC 1512, Abell 3266, NGC 1510, Arp-Madore 1, NGC 1448, NGC 1433, NGC 1483, Phoenix II and Galáxia Anã de Horologium II.
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Horologium is Latinized Greek for Pendulum Clock or An Instrument for telling the hour. Horologium was introduced in 1756 by French Astronomer Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille who gave it the name it has today.
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