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Chamaeleon

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Chamaeleon is a small southern constellation, first described by Johann Beyer, that lies south of Carina and west of Apus near the South Celestial Pole. Chamaeleon has no mythology associated.
Chamaeleon is the 79th largest constellation covering 132 square degrees. It is the 73rd brightest constellation. Chamaeleon reaches opposition on February 18.