Pavo, also known as Peacock or The Peacock, is a constellation in space that borders Indus, Ara, Octans, Apus and Telescopium. Pavo has 7 Main stars and 6 of its stars has planets. The brightest star in Pavo is Peacock (Alpha Pavonis).
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Stars within Pavo are: Alpha Pavonis, Beta Pavonis, Delta Pavonis, Gamma Pavonis, Eta Pavonis, HD 181433, HR 7590, Kappa Pavonis, SCR 1845-6357, HD 196050, Gliese 693, HD 190984, HD 175167, HD 172555, Lambda Pavonis, Xi Pavonis, Pi Pavonis, Phi2 Pavonis, Nu Pavonis, HD 186302, V Pav, Zeta Pavonis, NU Pav, SX Pav, Y Pav, Theta Pavonis, HD 164427, Phi1 Pav, Iota Pavonis, Sigma Pavonis, Omega Pavonis, Upsilon Pavonis, Omicron Pavonis, Mu2 Pav, R Pav, Mu1 Pav and Tau Pavonis.
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Pavo was introduced in 1598 by Dutch Astronomer Petrus Plancius and Dutch Astronomer Jodocus Honodius.
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