Constellation Vulpecula (Fox)
Vulpecula is an inconspicuous constellation on the head of the Cygnus from a few stars of almost 4th magnitude that do not have a distinctive shape. It is south of Cygnus and north of Sagitta and Delphinus. The area of the constellation is 268 square degrees and the center culminates around midnight on 26 July. [9, 15]
Deep-Sky Object Descriptions
The Gdansk astronomer Johannes Hevelius had introduced this constellation in 1690 as Vulpecula Cum Anser (little fox and goose), but in the meantime the goose seems to have escaped from the fox.