d Chamaeleontis


Delta Chamaeleontis is the most interesting object of this small and faint constellation.

Although unrelated, the two delta stars form a nice combination, orange and blue, easily seen in binoculars.

From alpha Cha move east-southeast about ten degrees: binoculars.

In the same field of view are gamma (a red giant) and beta Cha, which marks the eastern point of the asterism.


All files associated with The Constellations Web Page are
1999-2000 by Richard Dibon-Smith.