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  • Stars over Sisters 11/02/2021

    Kaleb Woods and Lizzie McCrystal|Updated Nov 3, 2021

    One well-known, easy- to-find stellar grouping of the autumn season is Andromeda, the Chained Maiden. It is visible to all who live in the Northern Hemisphere and is bordered by the constellations of Cassiopeia, Lacerta, Pegasus, Perseus, Pisces, and Triangulum. Andromeda is well up in the northeast sky by nightfall. The brightest star in Andromeda is Alpheratz, also known as Sirrah. It is a spectroscopic binary star, meaning the two stars are orbiting each other very close... Full story

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