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The constellations Delphinus, Sagita, and Aquila in the northern sky. The bright star left of center is Altair (Alpha Aquilae). This star is flanked by Tarazed (Gamma Aquilae, above) and Alshain (Beta Aquilae, below). Altair is the 12th brightest star in the sky and lies 16 light years from Earth.
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