β Pyxidis

Beta Pyxidis is the southern most point of the asterism, which is nothing more than a straight line from beta, through alpha, and up to gamma Pyxidis.

The star is easiest found by starting at zeta Puppis. Centring zeta in your glasses now move two binocular fields northeast for alpha and beta Pyxidis.

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