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LYRA A pale blue light in the lower part of Lyra shines the Th brightest star in the sky Vega This brightest star of Lyra is moderately above Caster and below Regulas in the Hertzpring-Russell diagram It is between spectral classes B and A and between 10 and 100 times the real brightness of the sun Vega ignites its reign sky with its intensity and accents the musical constellation it is contained within The Romans harp-star of the northern hemisphere shines together with Deneb and Altair to make the Summer Triangle Its location in the sky is quite easily found as it is the brightest of Lyra which is just above Hercules Looking south in July will allow you the most ease in locating it as it is almost overhead and near the center If you use a star chart to help in finding it as I said it is near HERCULES in LYRA and is the brightest star shown as a large star shaped object on the star chart it will easily be sighted by the name Vega written next to it If your sense of direction is legendary you will have no problem finding this legendary star Al-Waki or The Falling is the Arabic name for Vega to the Greeks Lyra belonged to Orpheus who animated and inanimate objects and even the Lord of Death with his music But most interesting of all in India it is also called Abhijit in Rg Veda and is associated with the creator Yes to the Hindu religion Abhijit is an infinitely important character recorded as the the Truth of 12000 years BC in the Mahabharat Mahrshi Vyras recorded in a section called Vana Parva a dialog between Indra and Skandra An excerpt from this is included as wretched attempt to waste space Contesting against Abhijit the constellation Krittika Pliedes went to Vana the summer solstice to heat the summer Then the star Abhijit slipped down
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