Auriga Almaaz is the Auriga Silver Saint in the era of Omega, who also betrayed Athena.
Auriga is one of the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd-century astronomer Ptolemy, and remains one of the 88 modern constellations. Located north of the celestial equator, its name is the Latin word for “charioteer”, associating it with many mythological charioteers. Auriga is most prominent during winter evenings in the Northern Hemisphere, along with the five other constellations that have stars in the Winter Hexagon asterism. Because of its northern declination, Auriga is only visible up to 34° south; for observers further south it lies partially or fully below the horizon. It is a large constellation, with an area of 657 square degrees. This is more than 1200 times the size of the full moon, 50% of the size of the largest constellation, Hydra, and over 9 times the area of the smallest constellation, Crux.