The 88 modern constellations were defined in 1929 by the International Astronomical Union.
The constellation names are defined in a nominative form, for direct reference, a genitive form for naming stars in that constellation, and a standard (three-letter) abbreviation. The constellations are (alphabetical by hemisphere):

Northern Hemisphere:

Southern Hemisphere
Both Hemispheres:
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