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Cassiopeia constellation. Optical image of the constellation of Cassiopeia (upper right). Its five brightest stars make the shape of an M, seen here on its side. It lies near the north celestial pole and has the Milky Way running through it. Part of the constellation of Perseus is also seen (lower right), including its Double Cluster (fuzzy star cluster lying between Cassiopeia and bright stars at bottom right corner).
May 1st, 2013
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