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✨Sirius✨The ancient Egyptians saw Sirius as a giver of life for it always reappeared at the time of the annual flooding of the Nile. When the star sank in the west and disappeared from the night sky, it remained hidden for 70 days before emerging in the east at morning. This was viewed as representing the cycle of death and rebirth.

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Magazine - Dan Hillier @ The Other Art Fair, London

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❥ beautiful~ image generated by Starry Night Pro {if you're into numbers, check out this site}

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#Astronomy: #OrionConstellation: Rigel, Betelgeuse, Bellatrix, Saiph - The Belt: Mintaka, the westernmost of the three stars. #Alnilam, the central star in the belt. and Alnitak, the easternmost star in the belt.

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Sirian Starseed: History and characteristics

Follow Orion's belt the other way to find Sirius, the brightest star in our sky, marking the larger of the two hunting dogs and the nearby rabbit. The shoulder stars point to the smaller dog.

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