Lacuna Memoria: Paragons
Distance from Earth: 30.13 light years, 9.24 parsecs
Pyxis (pix-sus) (Latin: box) is a small and faint constellation in the southern sky. Its name is Latin for a mariner’s compass (it should not be confused with Circinus, which represents a draftsman’s compasses). Pyxis is completely visible in latitudes south of 53 degrees north from January through March.