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Constellations in a night sky. Constellations drawn in the night sky above rocks. Here Altair, a star in the Aquila constellation, can be seen along with Vega and Deneb, the brightest stars in the Lyra and Cygnus constellations respectively. On the left Cepheus can be seen along with part of Hercules (top) and Ophiucus (the Serpent-holder, right).
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