Observations

Daily cosmobite: the upside down “v”

The upside “v” of the constellation of Taurus the Bull. Image made with StellariumTo the west or left of Orion, almost due north in the early evening we find the Hyades, a group of stars in the form of an inverted “v”. Apart from the bright reddish star Aldebaran, they are all part of a cluster of stars about 150 light years away.

The upside “v” of the constellation of Taurus the Bull. Image made with Stellarium

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