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Vintage kunststof kop van een beer. Collection De Jachtkamer

Vintage kunststof kop van een beer. Collection De Jachtkamer

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Is it more than a coincident that during this time, the Golden Age, a Black Hole is born in the Constellation Virgo?

Lynx constellation is located in the northern hemisphere. It represents the lynx, and it is not usually associated with any myths.

Lynx constellation is located in the northern hemisphere. It represents the lynx, and it is not usually associated with any myths.

The very noticeable constellation Orion the Hunter rises before dawn at this time of year, recognizable for the short straight line of three stars that make up Orion’s Belt. And the sky’s brightest star Sirius – sometimes called the Dog Star because it’s part of the constellation Canis Major the Greater Dog – follows Orion into the sky at or close to dawn.

Orion the Hunter and Sirius the Dog Star By EarthSky Tonight – August 2016 – look for a first hint of the changing season in the predawn sky: Orion the Hunter and Sirius the Dog Star. The very …

Nesting chuck-will's widow.  Look closely it's mouth comes back under its eye so it can swallow other birds whole!

Nesting chuck-will's widow. Look closely it's mouth comes back under its eye so it can swallow other birds whole!

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Aquarius, the Water-bearer, is a large but quite faint southern constellation and the twelfth sign of the zodiac.

LYN #Lince, #Lynx, #Lyncis, #Lyn, is a winter constellation (culminates around the meridian at 22 of 19 February). It covers 545 square degrees. Hevelius refers to the myth of Linceo, son of Aphareus and cousin of the Dioscuri, Castor and Pollux.

LYN #Lince, #Lynx, #Lyncis, #Lyn, is a winter constellation (culminates around the meridian at 22 of 19 February). It covers 545 square degrees. Hevelius refers to the myth of Linceo, son of Aphareus and cousin of the Dioscuri, Castor and Pollux.

URANIA'S MIRROR 1825 old fashion astronomy POSTER 24X36 rare collectors

URANIA'S MIRROR 1825 old fashion astronomy POSTER 24X36 rare collectors

Boötes as depicted in Urania's Mirror, a set of constellation cards published in London In his left hand he holds his hunting dogs, Canes Venatici. Below them is the constellation Coma Berenices. Above the head of Boötes is Quadrans Muralis, now obsolete.

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