Constellations. Sentient species come up with them because the mind encourages identification of patterns where none truly exist. What non-human/non-Earth constellations has Star Trek literature introduced over the years? To start, I can think of: DS9 - "Second Sight" names the Bajoran constellation The Runners. VOY - "Child's Play" names the Brunali constellation The Great Horn. TNG - The Buried Age identifies the infamous Maxia Zeta V as orbiting the sixth-brightest star in the Berengarian (presumably Berengaria VII) constellation Maxia. In Myriad Universes - Shattered Light - The Tears of Eridanus, Hikaru Sulu recalls pointing out the Andorian constellations the Eagle, the Hybor, and the Bull to a young Demora. ENT - Rise of the Federation: A Choice of Futures identifies Gamma Vertis IV from TOS - "The Empath" as orbiting the third-brightest star in the minor Rigelian constellation Verti (probably but not definitely seen from Beta Rigel V).