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constellation matrix

A view of the constellation matrix from 16,000 Light-years away from the sun. The matrix is formed by connecting the stars in their corresponding constellations. The sun and the solar system are found at the center of the matrix. The spike furthest away from the center, Alpha Camelopardalis, is around 7,000 light years away from the sun. Image taken using Celestia.

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Taken on December 19, 2009