Pisces must be one of the longest and faintest of all the constellations along the Ecliptic. However, once the outline can be traced it is fairly easy to recognize again. The constellation apparently consists of two fish, one, called the western fish, ends in a little oval of stars known as the "Circlet of Pisces", whilst the eastern fish runs in straight line up the east hand side of the constellation of Pegasus, which lies directly to the north. Pisces is another constellation with an ancient history, once again it is one created by the Babylonians and passed down to future generations and cultures.

Notable Objects

Messier 74, a faint face on galaxy