As my door opens towards the east, the first object that met my view was the Northern Crown.
We have seen that he was one of the independent discoverers of the outburst in the Northern Crown.
But the loveliest of all the constellations described in this chapter is the Northern Crown.
The Northern Crown, although a strikingly beautiful constellation to the naked eye, offers few attractions to the opera-glass.
The Northern Crown, the Eagle, Lyra, all up there in their places.
In 1866 there appeared suddenly in the Northern Crown a star of about the third magnitude and worth at least $250.
In the nights of April, in our latitude, the Northern Crown is very conspicuous.
We can understand, then, the meaning of the evidence obtained from the new star in the Northern Crown.
When she left the trees and stood in the open dale, she looked again at the Northern Crown.