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The stars of the constellation Cepheus

06-17-2019


The stars of the constellation Cepheus Today’s Video of the Day from NASA explores the stars of the constellation Cepheus, which is located in the northern sky.

This diverse group of stars contains runaway, massive, and young stars, as well as bright nebulas.

The constellation is named after Cepheus, a king of Aethiopia in Greek mythology.

The image featured in the video was captured by the Spitzer Space Telescope, which sees the universe in infrared light.

By Chrissy Sexton, Earth.com Staff Writer

Video Credit: NASA

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