Canes-venatici



the Hunting Dogs, a small northern constellation south of Ursa Major.
noun (Latin genitive) Canum Venaticorum (ˈkɑːnəm vɪˌnætɪˈkɔːrəm)
a small faint constellation in the N hemisphere near Ursa Major that contains the globular cluster M3 and the spiral whirlpool galaxy M51

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