Solarium, the sundial:
A modern obsolete constellation. The creator of the constellation
is unknown but it has appeared in the Atlas published
by the American astronomer Elijah Burritt during the early
nineteenth century. The constellation was located in the southern
skies between Horologium, the clock; Hydrus, the sea snake;
and Dorado, the goldfish. The constellation was never widely
accepted by astronomers and is rarely mentioned today.