|English:||Northern Crown, Head of the Serpent||Spanish:||Corona Boreal, Cabeza de la Serpiente|
|German:||Nördliche Krone, Kopf der Schlange||French:||Couronne Boréale, Tête du Serpent|
The constellation of Corona Borealis is shown in the upper part of the image and Serpens Caput below (see lines). Corona Borealis, the Northern Crown, is a compact but distinctive constellation to the right of last June's Hercules. The constellation Serpens is divided into the two parts Serpens Cauda (the tail) and the here shown Serpens Caput (the head). In between is Ophiuchus, the Serpent Bearer. Nevertheless it is fixed by the IAU that both parts of Serpens join to one constellation.
In mid of June they culminate at about 22:00 local time (10:00 pm). The declination of these two constellations ranges from -4 to +39 degrees.
The only bright deep sky object in the above field is the Globular Star Cluster M 5 in Serpens.