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, in Astronomy, a small star, of the 5th or 6th magnitude, in the milky-way, between the eagle and swan, first brought into order by Hevelius.

ANTARCTIC pole, denotes the southern pole, or southern end of the earth's axis.—The stars near the antarctic pole never appear above our horizon in these latitudes.

ANTARCTIC circle, is a small circle parallel to the equator, at the distance of 23° 28′ from the antarctic or south pole.—At one time of the year the sun never rises above the horizon of any part within this circle; and at other times he never sets.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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