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Hydra (constellation)

Constellation straddling the celestial equator

Not to be confused with the southern constellation Hydrus.

Hydra is the largest of the 88 modern constellations, measuring 1303 square degrees, and also the longest at over 100 degrees. Its southern end borders Libra and Centaurus and its northern end borders Cancer. It was included among the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy. Commonly represented as a water snake, it straddles the celestial equator.

History and mythology[edit]

Western mythology[edit]

The Greek constellation of Hydra is an adaptation of a Babylonian constellation: the MUL.APIN includes a "serpent" constellation (MUL.DINGIR.MUŠ) that loosely corresponds to Hydra. It is one of two Babylonian "serpent" constellations (the other being the origin of the Greek Serpens), a mythological hybrid of serpent, lion and bird. The shape of Hydra resembles a twisting snake, and features as such in some Greek myths. One myth associates it with a water snake that a crow served Apollo in a cup when it was sent to fetch water; Apollo saw through the fraud, and angrily cast the crow, cup, and snake, into the sky. It is also associated with the monster Hydra, with its many heads, killed by Hercules, represented in another constellation. According to legend, if one of the Hydra's heads was cut off, two more would grow in its place. However, Hercules' nephew, Iolaus, seared the necks with a torch to prevent them from growing back and thus enabled Hercules to overcome the Hydra.[4]

Mythology and equivalents in other cultures[edit]

In Hindu Mythology the star that equivalents Hydra is Ashlesha.[5] In Chinese astronomy, the stars that correspond to Hydra are located within the Vermilion Bird and the Azure Dragon. The head of Hydra was collectively known as "Min al Az'al," meaning "belonging to the uninhabited spot" in Arabic.[6]


The constellation Hydra as it can be seen by the naked eye.


See also: List of stars in Hydra

Despite its size, Hydra contains only one moderately bright star, Alphard, designated Alpha Hydrae. It is an orange giant of magnitude 2.0, 177 light-years from Earth. Its traditional name means "the solitary one".[7]Beta Hydrae is a blue-white star of magnitude 4.3, 365 light-years from Earth. Gamma Hydrae is a yellow giant of magnitude 3.0, 132 light-years from Earth.

Hydra has one bright binary star, Epsilon Hydrae, which is difficult to split in amateur telescopes; it has a period of 1000 years and is 135 light-years from Earth.[8] The primary is a yellow star of magnitude 3.4 and the secondary is a blue star of magnitude 6.7. However, there are several dimmer double stars and binary stars in Hydra. 27 Hydrae is a triple star with two components visible in binoculars and three visible in small amateur telescopes. The primary is a white star of magnitude 4.8, 244 light-years from Earth. The secondary, a binary star, appears in binoculars at magnitude 7.0 but is composed of a magnitude 7 and a magnitude 11 star; it is 202 light-years from Earth. 54 Hydrae is a binary star 99 light-years from Earth, easily divisible in small amateur telescopes. The primary is a yellow star of magnitude 5.3 and the secondary is a purple star of magnitude 7.4. N Hydrae (N Hya) is a pair of stars of magnitudes 5.8 and 5.9. Struve 1270 (Σ1270) consists of a pair of stars, magnitudes 6.4 and 7.4.

The other main named star in Hydra is Sigma Hydrae (σ Hydrae), which also has the name of Minchir,[9] from the Arabic for snake's nose. At magnitude 4.54, it is rather dim. The head of the snake corresponds to the ĀshleshāNakshatra, the lunar zodiacal constellation in Indian astronomy. The name of Nakshatra (Ashlesha) became the proper name of Epsilon Hydrae since 1 June 2018 by IAU.[9]

Hydra is also home to several variable stars. R Hydrae is a Mira variable star 2000 light-years from Earth; it is one of the brightest Mira variables at its maximum of magnitude 3.5. It has a minimum magnitude of 10 and a period of 390 days. V Hydrae is an unusually vivid red variable star 20,000 light-years from Earth. It varies in magnitude from a minimum of 9.0 to a maximum of 6.6. Along with its notable color, V Hydrae is also home to at least two exoplanets.[10]U Hydrae is a semi-regular variable star with a deep red color, 528 light-years from Earth. It has a minimum magnitude of 6.6 and a maximum magnitude of 4.2; its period is 115 days.

Hydra includes GJ 357, an M-type main sequence star located only 31 light-years from the Solar System. This star has three confirmed exoplanets in its orbit, one of which, GJ 357 d, is considered to be a "Super-Earth" within the circumstellar habitable zone.

The constellation also contains the radio source Hydra A galaxy as well as nearby WISE 0855−0714 brown dwarf aka Proxima Hydra being the closest (sub)stellar object of the constellation.

Deep-sky objects[edit]

Hydra contains three Messier objects. M83, also known as the Southern Pinwheel Galaxy, is located on the border of Hydra and Centaurus, M68 is a globular cluster near M83, and M48 is an open star cluster in the western end of the serpent.

NGC 3242 is a planetary nebula of magnitude 7.5, 1400 light-years from Earth.[13] Discovered in 1785 by William Herschel, it has earned the nickname "Ghost of Jupiter" because of its striking resemblance to the giant planet. Its blue-green disk is visible in small telescopes and its halo is visible in larger instruments.

M48 (NGC 2548) is an open cluster that is visible to the naked eye under dark skies. Its shape has been described as "triangular"; this 80-star cluster is unusually large, more than half a degree in diameter, larger than the diameter of the full Moon.

There are several globular clusters in Hydra. M68 (NGC 4590) is a globular cluster visible in binoculars and resolvable in medium amateur telescopes. It is 31,000 light-years from Earth and of the 8th magnitude.NGC 5694 is a globular cluster of magnitude 10.2, 105,000 light-years from Earth. Also called "Tombaugh's Globular Cluster", it is a Shapley class VII cluster; the classification indicates that it has intermediate concentration at its nucleus. Though it was discovered as a non-stellar object in 1784 by William Herschel, its status as a globular cluster was not ascertained until 1932, when Clyde Tombaugh looked at photographic plates taken of the region near Pi Hydrae on 12 May 1931.

M83 (NGC 5236), the Southern Pinwheel Galaxy, is an 8th magnitude face-on spiral galaxy. It is easily observed in skies south of 40°N latitude, found by using 1, 2, 3, and 4 Centauri as guide stars. It has been host to six supernovae, more than any Messier object. Large amateur telescopes - above 12 inches aperture - reveal its spiral arms, bar, and small, bright nucleus. In a medium-sized amateur instrument, around 8 inches in aperture, the spiral arms become visible under good conditions. It is not perfectly symmetrical in the eyepiece, rather, the northwest side is flattened and the nucleus has a southwest-to-northeast bar. A smaller sister to the Milky Way, it is a grand design spiral galaxy 40,000 light-years across.

NGC 2865is relatively youthful and dynamic, with a rapidly rotating disc full of young stars and metal-rich gas.[18]

There are many other galaxies located in Hydra. NGC 3314, usually delineated as NGC 3314a and NGC 3314b, is a pair of galaxies that appear superimposed, despite the fact that they are not related or interacting in any way. The foreground galaxy, NGC 3314a, is at a distance of 140 million light-years, and is a face-on spiral galaxy. The background galaxy, NGC 3314b, is an oblique spiral galaxy, and has a nucleus that appears reddened because of NGC 3314a's dusty disk.[19]ESO 510-G13 is a warped spiral galaxy located 150 million light-years from Earth. Though most galactic disks are flat because of their rate of rotation, their conformation can be changed, as is the case with this galaxy. Astronomers speculate that this is due to interactions with other galaxies.[19]NGC 5068 may be a member of the M83 group, but its identity is disputed. It has a low surface brightness and has a diameter of 4.5 arcminutes. It is not perfectly circular, rather, it is elliptical and oriented on a west-northwest/east-southeast axis. However, it is of fairly uniform brightness throughout.

Another notable galaxy is NGC 4993, an elliptical galaxy which was the source of events GW170817, GRB 170817A and SSS17a from the merger of two neutron stars.[21][22]

Meteor showers[edit]

The Sigma Hydrids peak on December 6 and are a very active shower with an unknown parent body. The Alpha Hydrids are a minor shower that peaks between January 1 and 7.

See also[edit]



  1. ^P.K. Chen (2007) A Constellation Album: Stars and Mythology of the Night Sky, p. 44 (ISBN 978-1931559386).
  2. ^"ashlesha". www.selfrealisation.net. Retrieved 29 March 2018.
  3. ^"LacusCurtius • Allen's Star Names — Hydra". penelope.uchicago.edu. Retrieved 2021-01-08.
  4. ^Ridpath, Ian. Star Tales Hydra. Retrieved 2018-12-28.
  5. ^"Epsilon Hydrae". stars.astro.illinois.edu. Retrieved 2018-12-27.
  6. ^ ab"Naming Stars". IAU.org. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  7. ^Levy 2005, p. [page needed].
  8. ^"Chance Meeting Creates Celestial Diamond Ring". ESO Press Release. Retrieved 10 April 2014.
  9. ^"Galactic onion". Retrieved 14 June 2015.
  10. ^Nemiroff, R.; Bonnell, J., eds. (31 March 1997). "NGC 3242: The 'Ghost of Jupiter' Planetary Nebula". Astronomy Picture of the Day. NASA. Retrieved 2010-12-03.
  11. ^"An ancient globule". www.spacetelescope.org. ESA/Hubble. Retrieved 29 December 2014.
  12. ^"Young and dynamic". www.spacetelescope.org. ESA/Hubble. Retrieved 14 April 2015.
  13. ^ abWilkins & Dunn 2006, p. [page needed].
  14. ^Cho, Adrian (16 October 2017). "Merging neutron stars generate gravitational waves and a celestial light show". Science. doi:10.1126/science.aar2149. Retrieved 16 October 2017.
  15. ^Abbott, B. P.; et al. (LIGO Scientific Collaboration & Virgo Collaboration) (16 October 2017). "GW170817: Observation of Gravitational Waves from a Binary Neutron Star Inspiral". Physical Review Letters. 119 (16): 161101. arXiv:1710.05832. Bibcode:2017PhRvL.119p1101A. doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.119.161101. PMID 29099225.


  • Dalrymple, Les (May 2013). "Exploring the M83 Galaxy Group". Sky & Telescope.
  • Jenniskens, Peter (September 2012). "Mapping Meteoroid Orbits: New Meteor Showers Discovered". Sky & Telescope.
  • Levy, David H. (2005). Deep Sky Objects. Prometheus Books. ISBN .
  • Ridpath, Ian; Tirion, Wil (2001). Stars and Planets Guide. Princeton University Press. ISBN .
  • Ian Ridpath and Wil Tirion (2007). Stars and Planets Guide, Collins, London. ISBN 978-0-00-725120-9. Princeton University Press, Princeton. ISBN 978-0-691-13556-4.
  • White, Gavin (2008). Babylonian Star-lore. Solaria Pubs.
  • Wilkins, Jamie; Dunn, Robert (2006). 300 Astronomical Objects: A Visual Reference to the Universe. Buffalo, New York: Firefly Books. ISBN .

External links[edit]

Coordinates: Sky map10h 00m 00s, −20° 00′ 00″

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Hydra Starseeds


The Constellation


The largest constellation within the southern hemisphere, Hydra is home to thirteen major stars and  messier objects*.  These stars of Hydra are; Alphard, Gamma Hydrae, Zeta Hydrae, Beta Hydrae, 27 Hydrae, Minchir, R Hydrae, V Hydrae, U Hydrae, Epsilon Hydrae, Nu Hydrae, Pi Hydrae, and Delta Hydrae.  The Messier objects of Hydra also are; Messier 48, Messier 68, the Hydra Cluster, Messier 83/Southern Pinwheel Galaxy, Ghost of Jupiter Nebula, NGC 3109, NGC 3621, and many other objects.  Neighbouring constellations of hydra are Corvus, Crater, Virgo, Sextans, Crux and several others.  Hydra translates to “water serpent” in Latin, and in Babylonian it is called Mul.Dinger.Mus, (a mythological hybrid of a lion, snake and bird).

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The Race


Hydrans are souls who are deeply intertwined with Corvians; souls who mainly focus on cycles and change.  They, like Corvians, focus heavily on the liminal and with the underworlds.  However, the Hydrans are all about feminine energies and truth.  They’re very go-with-the-flow, grounded and dependable.  They are adventurous and sarcastic souls.  But, unlike their Corvian counterparts, they are very cautious when it comes to others and communication between other starseeds may be full of tension. Hydrans can naturally hold mistrust when it comes to others, due to being unable to trust someone straight off the bat.   They are very honest, but they can feel helpless at times due to their high sensitivity to those around them.  Naturally, Hydrans are very empathic when it comes to others, and some are experts when it comes to helping others through their emotions.  They can be very protective when it comes to those that they’ve bonded with.

Hydrans are neither light nor dark; they are both.  They deal with life and death, and they move through the cycle and it’s archetypes; from maiden to mother, from mother to wise woman, and from wise woman to crone, and back to maiden.  Spring, summer, autumn and winter.  Life, death and rebirth.  The sun and the moon.

Souls of Hydra, incarnate on Earth to bring balance back through their deep connection with the feminine divine.  To open others’ hearts up to the cycle in which we are all a part of.  To connect the physical with the unseen and bring forward the truth.  Starseeds of this constellation usually have a greater wisdom and experience when it comes to the divine, as they delve deeper into the unknown to understand what it is that many of us are not aware of, or do not know well enough of.   The incarnated souls of Hydra are very open hearted but not too open hearted that they fall for anything.  Led by their hearts, they usually become messengers for others through their connection with the liminal, the underworld and with the energy cycle.

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Appearance wise, those of Hydra have a serpentine appearance, ranging from a Quetzalcoatl-like appearance to that of a Nagas, the Indian snake gods or Melusine, the serpentine water goddess of France.


Ashlesha Nakshatra


Within Vedic Astrology, Hydra is known as Ashlesha, the Clinging Star.  It’s name, Ashlesha, translates into “Burning Poison”,  “Embracing” or “Entwiner”. Ashlesha is the nakshatra of the Naga, Indian snake gods who live in a hidden Underworld and are invoked upon for banishing and binding rituals.  This association with the Nagas, ties into the said appearance of Hydrans as well as their connections with the Underworld.  This Nakshatra also rules spirituality and sexuality, tying in the feminine energy Hydrans carry which may make them hypnotic to others, and their connections, again to the unknown.




Those who are of this origin are truth seekers who carry deeply feminine energy, and are deeply in tune with both the light and the dark.  Hydran incarnates are open hearted, yet are mistrustful of those around them.  They are also deeply grounded, honest, protective and sarcastic.  Highly sensitive to energy and empathetic, they fill what Corvians cannot fill in the field of mediumship and the unknown.   They incarnate like their neighbours, to not change the human race nor the planet, but to teach and guide others

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*Messier objects are; nebulas, star clusters, galaxies, asterisms and binary stars


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Images are from Pinterest, Melusine art piece by Maxine Gadd, final image is of Vault B of Padmanabhaswamy temple which features two Naga and is supposedly locked using a ritual called Naga Bandham


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