Apus (Bird of Paradise)
This is a rather small and not very distinct constellation close to the southern pole in the sky. It was introduced by Johann Bayer in 1603.
This constellation belongs to the zodiac. Its time of the year is between and . This constellation does not belong to the zodiac. It's brightest star is (not in database).
Neighboring constellations are Circinus, Musca, Chamaeleon, Octans, Pavo, Ara, and Triangulum Australe. Have a look at our full list of all constellations.
|Latin name:||Apus (Aps)|
|English name:||Bird of Paradise|
|Zodiac:||Constellation does not belong to the zodiac.|
|Brightest star:||(not in database)|