Andromeda is visible in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. It is located North of 40 degrees south and is most prominent during Autumn. In the North it can be seen from August to February and in the south it can be viewed from October to December.
The Andromeda constellation is circumpolar and the Andromeda galaxy lies within. It is the furthest object that can be seen with the naked eye as it is 2.5 million light years away.
Alpheratz is the brightest star in the constellation and also forms part of the Square of Pegasus Asterism. The Andromedids meteor shower occurs every November and appears to originate from the constellation.
Andromeda Meaning and origin (stars)
Andromeda is a northern constellation. It is a Greek baby nae for an Ethiopian princess; wife of Perseus.
Originated from Greek mythology in the Perseus family, and is associated with the Perseus myth along with Auriga, Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Pegasus, Perseus and Triangulum.
Interesting starts in Andromeda Constellation: Alpheratz or Sirrah which is a binary star that shines with a combined magnitude. It is a northeastern star previously known as delta Pegasi.