Celestial Atlas: Constellations
Triangulum ←Triangulum Australe: The Southern Triangle→ Tucana

(possessive form Trianguli Australis, abbreviation TrA) Link for sharing this page on Facebook
 Triangulum Australe is one of twelve southern constellations mapped by Dutch explorer Frederick de Houtman and navigator Pieter Dirkszoon Keyser in 1595-97, formed into constellations by Dutch astronomer Petrus Plancius, and introduced to the world at large by Johann Bayer in his 1603 Uranometria.

Historical Maps of Triangulum Australe
From Bayer's 1603 Uranometria (Image from the USNO copy of the 1661 edition of Bayer's Uranometria)
Portion of Bayer's Uranometria showing Triangulum Australe
The bright star to the right is Rigel Kentaurus (the foot of the Centaur), or α Centauri

From Bode's 1801 Uranographia (Image Credit and © Tartu Observatory Virtual Museum; used by permission)
Portion of Bode's Uranographia showing the region near Triangulum Australe

Modern Map of Triangulum Australe
Modified version of Wikimedia Commons map by Torsten Bronger
Wikimedia Commons map of Triangulum Australe

Constellations Bordering Triangulum Australe
(to be added in the next iteration of this page)

Stars in Triangulum Australe
 Stars that have common names often have multiple names, so the common names shown (if any) cannot be considered authoritative. Right ascension and declination are given in 2000.0 coordinates.

α TrA

β TrA

γ TrA

δ TrA

ε TrA
Celestial Atlas: Constellations
Triangulum ←Triangulum Australe: The Southern Triangle→ Tucana