October belongs to Pegasus and the water constellations, which float through the southern sky after nightfall.
Reigning supreme high in the south are the Great Square of Pegasus and, stretching from its northeast corner, a string of three stars in the constellation Andromeda. Above the middle star, you may see a faint oval smudge; this is the Andromeda galaxy, the Milky Way's largest close neighbor.
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