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(The Chisel)
   
             
  Almost invisible to all but the keenest eyes, Caelum is a very tiny and faint constellation. It was devised in the 18th century by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille.
             
 
             
  NGC 1679:
  Elongated and strangely shaped, this galaxy is moderately bright especially the core. It is found near the star, Zeta Caeli.
             
               
   
   
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