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Winter Stars over Kepler Observatory

By: Herbert Raab

 

Linz, Austria

2014 March 30

 

From the photographer: "While spring flowers start to bloom in the lawn around the Johannes Kepler Observatory in Linz, Austria, the most prominent stars of the winter constellations set behind the observatory: From left to right, one can see Sirius (the brightest star in the sky), constellation Orion, the V-shaped Hyades star cluster with Aldebaran, and Pleiades star cluster."
Herbert Raab

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