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The constellation Cassiopeia, the Queen. The brightest stars in this constellation form a distinctive W shape, centered on the bright star Tsih (Gamma Cassiopeiae, center). It is best seen in autumn from the northern hemisphere, but due to its high latitude, most northern observers can see it all year round.
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