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Caelum

Chisel
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Caelum is a small, dim, southern constellation that was create by LaCaille to commemorate the creation of the Sculptors’ Chisel. Caelum lies east of Eridanus and Horologium and west of Columba. Caelum is best seen during the winter months. Caelum has no mythology associated with it. None of the main stars in Caelum are named.