Photographs are taken in South Italy.

The places you’ll find are far away from the big cities and isolated from other villages.

Single stars forms constellations. Distances between stars are billions of kilometres apart and human race draws imaginary lines to escape chaos.

“Obsolete constellation are old historical constellation that are no longer widely recognised by International Astronomical Union (IAU).

Prior to 1930, many of these defunct constellations were traditional in countries or cultures. Some only lasted decades but others were referred to over many centuries.

All are now recognised only for having classical or historical value.

Some of the sky's former constellations were placed in the less populated regions between the traditional brighter constellations just to fill gaps.”

Astronomical maps of obsolete constellations are taken from the book “A celestial Atlas” by Alexander Jamieson (1822).

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