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The bright star at upper centre is Vega or Alpha Lyrae, the brightest star in the constellation of Lyra & the fifth brightest in the whole sky. The pair of stars at lower centre is Epsilon Lyrae, which is famous as a "double double" because each star in the pair is itself a binary star.
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