The Brightest Stars and Their Constellations

Check out our new colorful infographic about the brightest stars and their constellations!💫 Here we talk about the stellar brightness in easy words and range 15 of the most prominent stars in the sky. Enjoy✨

Image Credit: Vito Technology

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Star Walk

Star Walk

Point your device at the sky and see what stars, constellations, and satellites you are looking at 🌌✨ https://starwalk.space

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