|English:||Chameleon, Fly||Spanish:||Camaleón, Mosca|
|German:||Chamäleon, Fliege||French:||Caméléon, Mouche|
Best observing time in mid of April is about 22:00 (10:00 pm) local time. But since it is quite close to the celestial pole you may easily spot the field from February to August. From most southern sites it is even circumpolar. The declination of the two constellations ranges from -83o to -64o.
In Musca the visible milky way reaches its most southern position. There are several interesting deep sky objects in the shown field of view. Dark lanes of dust intersect the star fields even further out from the plane of our galaxy into Chamaeleon.