Telescopium (Latin: telescope) is a minor southern constellation identified and
named by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille, the 18th century French astronomer, a
student of the southern skies.
Since it was introduced in the 17th century, and, as a southern constellation, was not
visible to Mediterranean culture, there is no earlier mythology associated with it.
|Exposure Time :||3 minutes with filter|
|Camera :||Canon 10D|
|Date :||July 2007|
|Location :||Wairarapa, New Zealand|