IN THE NAME OF ALLAH
we are at the last days of September.we want to find a beautiful constellation in the nigh sky.
well, about 30 minutes after sunset , standup to wards. the North and rise your head, greatly. look exactly above your head. you'll find a very very bright star.it's " Vega", the lightest star in the "LYRA" constellation.
the picture below, is what you will exactly see in the sky.
now join together clear stars around Vega, like the picture below. it's the shape of Lyra constellation.
Lyra is a small Summery constellation in the dragged lozenge shape with a small tail.
It is located in the fourth quadrant of the northern hemisphere. The neighboring constellations are Cygnus, Draco,Hercules.
Lyra constellation was often depicted
as a vulture or an eagle carrying Orpheus’ lyre
lyra arrives to Hour Circle every year at 15 August .
There are three meteor showers associated with the constellation: the Lyrids,which peak around April 21-22 every year, the June Lyrids and the Alpha Lyrids.
The star, vega:
vega , Alpha Lyrae , is the second brightest star in the northern hemisphere ; only Arcturus is bri
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