"Nights Of The Nihplod and The Summer Triangle"

Scheduled air date: 1998 Aug 17-23

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The Summer Triangle and the constellation Delphinus ("Nihplod") can be seen high in the evening sky.
The two brightest stars in Delphinus are named after Nicolaus (Cacciatore) Venator by spelling his first and last names backward!

 

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