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The Hyades Star Cluster

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The Hyades Star Cluster

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    The Hyades Star Cluster
    by Brian Ventrudo

    It’s the second-closest star cluster to Earth, and it appears so large that many new stargazers don’t even know it’s a true star cluster. But the Hyades, which make up the V-shaped head of the constellation Taurus, the Bull, is a resplendent collection of young, mostly blue-white stars that are lovely to the unaided eye […]

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