High in the south at midnight in November is the wonderful constellation of Andromeda. Look for it almost directly above you towards the South at around midnight during November. Click for printable map http://www.hawastsoc.org/deepsky/and/and.html
Andromeda is the Greek daughter of Queen Cassiopeia and King Cephus of Ethiopia. Andromeda was very beautiful making Hera, wife of Zeus, very jealous. Poor Andromeda’s fate was sealed when she was sacrificed to the sea-monstor, Tiamat (shown in thesky as Cetus) but like all good maidens she was saved by a handsome prince, Perseus on the back of Pegasus, the winged horse. Objects in Andromeda Most famous object is our next nearest galaxy (2.2 million light years away) M31, the Andromeda galaxy. Click for image http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap021021.html
Planetary nebula NGC 7662 (often called “The Blue Snowball”) in Andromeda, imaged by (and courtesy of) Richard Robinson in 2000
Other galaxies in Andromeda are M32, M110. Other objects include the Blue Snowball, NGC7662. Also look for Almach at the end of the star chain, a lovely double-star system of gold and blue.