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REV. RONALD ROYER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY REV. RONALD ROYER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Starfield. View of a starfield in the constellation Scorpius. Part of the Milky Way can be seen at upper left. Two star clusters are prominent in this field: M6 (NGC 6405) is at centre, with M7 (NGC 6475) at lower left. The long triangle of bright stars at bottom centre is the tail of Scorpius. The uppermost of this group is Lambda Scorpii, or Shaula.
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