Stars of the northern sky stretch from Cassiopeia at upper right through Cepheus just right of center, to Cygnus (with bright Deneb) at left. Lacerta is just above center, while Polaris, about which they all seem to go, is near the lower right corner. At bottom center curls a bit of Draco.

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By Jim Kaler. Return to STARS.