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The Most Mysterious Star in Our Galaxy


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Night sky

Credit: Kevin Morefield

In the Northern hemisphere's sky, hovering above the Milky Way, there are two constellations—Cygnus the swan, her wings outstretched in full flight, and Lyra, the harp that accompanied poetry in ancient Greece, from which we take our word "lyric."

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