Libra is the youngest constellation of the Zodiac to be named and originally called Chelae (Latin for "claw"). Also known as the "Price to be Paid" Libra star constellation is considered by its nature to be a malefic star, pale yellow-grey in color. The Northern Scale (Zubenelschemali), also known as the "Price to be Received," is regarded as a very fruitful and prosperous star, associated with riches, honor and good fortune.
It is the only star in Libra visible to the naked eye and is reported to be an unusual shade of emerald green.
Location of Stars in Libra Star Constellation
Libra constellation is a relatively obscure collection of murky stars, usually located most easily by finding Spica (in the constellation Virgo) to the South-Southwest and Antares (in the constellation Scorpio) to the South-Southeast. The stars comprising Libra will be approximately halfway between Spica and Antares, fairly low in the Southern sky. It reaches its highest point in the evening sky in late June.