Quantum redactiones paginae "Disputatio:Constellatio" differant

I recomend we move this article to [[Constellatio]]. ''Sidus'' is definitely used for "constellation" but it's also used for "star," "planet," "comet," and even (apud [[Galilaeus Galilaei|Galilaeum]]) "moon." ''Constellatio'' is unambiguous. --[[Usor:Iustinus|Iustinus]] 01:46 nov 21, 2004 (UTC)
I also recomend the comment by [[Usor:Iustinus|Mr. Iustinus]] that we move this article to [[Constellatio]], and ". . . (Sidus)" pages to ". . . (Constellatio)". ''Sidera'' is meaning [[:en:asterism (astronomy)|asterisms]], groups of stars. ''[[Stella|Stellae]]'' is used for stars, planets, comets, satellites, and other [[:en:Small Solar System body|small solar system bodies]]. The pages named ". . . (Sidus)" are the 88 official constellations that have been recognized by [[:en:International Astronomical Union|IAU]] since 1928. --[[Usor:Bay Flam|Bay Flam]] 06:21, 11 Octobris 2008 (UTC)