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Camelopardalis
Information about the constellation Camelopardalis.
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Gemini
Myths and data about the constellation Gemini. ... Pollux is the brighter of the two stars with a visual magnitude of 1.16 and a distance of 33.7 light ...
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Taurus
The constellation Taurus may also allude to the Greek story of Europa and the Bull. Europa was daughter of King Agenor. One fine spring day, accompanied by ...
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Taurus
Myths and facts about the constellation Taurus. ... This is a shell star. Shell stars are main-sequence stars which rotate rapidly, causing a loss of matter ...
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Lyra
Variable stars in Lyra: Alpha Lyrae (Vega) is a delta Scuti type variable, fluctuating from -0.02 to 0.07 every four hours 33.6 minutes. ...
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Vela
Although Vela does not make much of a sight in the southern skies, it does have a number of notable objects, including the brightest Wolf-Rayet star, ...
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Canes Venatici
Myths and Data about the constellation Canes Venatici.
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Pavo
Myths and facts about the constellation Pavo. ... Pavo is a large constellation showing the tail of the peacock in full display. While the Bayer stars are ...
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Pavo
Myths and facts about the constellation Pavo. ... Pavo is a large constellation showing the tail of the peacock in full display. While the Bayer stars are ...
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