Manaiakalani is a constellation in Polynesian culture which translates to "The Chief's Fishline". It refers to the fishhook of demi-god Māui. Polynesian mythology tells of Māui pulling large fish from the ocean, representing or discovery of new islands. It is primarily made of Scorpius and the Navigator's Triangle.[1]

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  1. ^ University of Hawaii. "Hawaiian Star Lines and Names for Stars".