Pegasus, also known as The Winged Horse or The Winged Steed, is a constellation that borders Andromeda, Pisces, Cygnus, Equuleus, Lacerta, Vulpecula, Delphinus and Aquarius. Pegasus has 9 to 17 Main Stars and 12 of its stars has planets. The brightest star in Pegasus is Enif (Epsilon Pegasi).
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Stars inside of Pegasus are: Alpha Pegasi (Markab, Marchab), Epsilon Pegasi (Enif), Beta Pegasi (Scheat), Gamma Pegasi (Algenib), 51 Peg, Zeta Pegasi (Homam), Eta Pegasi (Matar), Theta Pegasi (Biham), Mu Pegasi (Sadalbari), Iota Pegasi, Lambda Pegasi, 1 Pegasi, Upsilon Pegasi, Tau Pegasi, Pi2 Peg, Kappa Pegasi, Xi Pegasi, IK Pegasi, HR 8799, 9 Peg, HD 209458, Psi Pegasi, Omicron Pegasi, V391 Pegasi, WASP-10, HAT-P-8, BD+14 4559, WASP-21, Gliese 829, Sigma Pegasi, 55 Peg, WASP-59, 70 Peg, Gliese 880, 32 Peg, AG Peg, 35 Peg, 56 Peg, 2 Peg, Pi1 Peg, 23 Peg, 85 Peg, 78 Peg, Nu Pegasi, Phi Pegasi, Rho Pegasi, Chi Pegasi, HR 8548, LL Peg, HR 8903 and 31 Pegasi.
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Pegasus was introduced in The 100's AD my Roman World Astronomer Ptolemy. In The Classical World, Pegasus was a Mythical Flying Winged Horse with Magic Powers. Pegasus was born when Medusa's head was chopped off. Pegasus was born from the blood of Medusa. The Father of Pegasus is The Classical World god of Sea, Storms, Earthquakes and Horses, Poseidon. Later on, Pegasus became the trusty steed of Bellerophon, who was the greatest hero and slayer of monsters before the time of Heracles (Hercules).
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