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The Summer Triangle over the Great Wall
Image Credit & Copyright: Steed Yu & NightChina.net
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Have you ever seen the Summer Triangle? The bright stars Vega, Deneb, and Altair form a large triangle on the sky that can be seen rising in the northern spring during the morning, and rising in the northern fall during the evening. During summer months, the triangle can be found nearly overhead near midnight as three of the brightest stars on the sky. Featured here, along with the arch of the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy, the Summer Triangle asterism was captured this spring over the Great Wall of China. This part of the Great Wall, a World Culture Heritage Site, was built during the 6th century on the Yan Mountains. At the summit is Wangjinglou Tower from which, on a clear night, the lights of Beijing are visible in the distance.
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Good morning to all, happy and blessed week
I thank in particular from the bottom of my heart all mine,dear friends, who had words of affection for me!
Were very difficult days...........Thank you ,a hug of friendship *


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