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[kuh-roh-nuh bawr-ee-al-is, -ey-lis, -bohr-] /kəˈroʊ nə ˌbɔr iˈæl ɪs, -ˈeɪ lɪs, -ˌboʊr-/

noun, genitive Coronae Borealis
[kuh-roh-nee bawr-ee-al-is, -ey-lis, -bohr-] /kəˈroʊ ni ˌbɔr iˈæl ɪs, -ˈeɪ lɪs, -ˌboʊr-/ (Show IPA). Astronomy.
the Northern Crown, a northern constellation between Hercules and Boötes.
noun (Latin genitive) Coronae Borealis (kəˈrəʊniː)
a small compact constellation in the N hemisphere lying between Boötes and Hercules
Corona Borealis
A constellation (the Northern Crown) in the Northern Hemisphere between Hercules and Boötes.


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