1. Microscopium (constellation); the MicroscopeAstronomy, etc. term
Wikipedia definition
2. MicroscopiumMicroscopium is a small constellation in the southern sky, created in the 18th century by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille. Its name is Latin for microscope. Its stars are very faint and hardly visible from most of the non-tropical northern hemisphere.
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顕微鏡座 【けんびきょうざ】


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