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Andromeda: One of the oldest and largest constellations, named after a Greek mythological princess who was rescued by Perseus from a sea monster.
Stars and Deep-Sky Objects: Andromeda contains several bright stars, some of which form binary systems, and the Andromeda Galaxy, the closest spiral galaxy to the Milky Way and a prominent naked-eye object.
History and Mythology: Andromeda has been associated with various cultures and legends, such as the Babylonian goddess of fertility, the Chinese elliptical constellation of Legs, the Arab constellation of the Fish, and the Hindu constellation of Devyani.
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