|English name||Little Horse|
|No star of the constellation exceeds the magnitude 3,5.|
|Description||Weak constellation of the equatorial region, beside Pegasus: in order of extension, it is the second among the smallest constellations of the sky (the first one is Crux).
It doesn't contain particular heavenly objects, besides a double star, epsilon Equulei, formed by a yellow component of fifth magnitude and by a white-blue component of seventh magnitude.
|The constellation was drawn perhaps by Ptolemy: it represents Celeris, brother of the near Pegasus.|