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The Alpha Persei cluster

January 11, 2011
By Aileen O’Donoghue

As winter settles in on the Adirondacks, a cosmic parade of brilliant constellations rises to illuminate the night. The Alpha Persei (PER-see-eye) Cluster, glittering around Mirfak (aka ? Persei) begins the parade as it rises in the early evenings of September, followed closely by Capella (ca-PELL-uh) in Auriga (OHR-ree-gah) and the Pleiades (PLEE-uh-dees) in October.



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