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Lyra constellation Star Vega at upper centre in the constellation of Lyra the Lyre Most of the stars in the constellation are to the lower left of Vega Vega is also known as Alpha Lyrae or the Harp Star It is the fifth brightest star in the sky and lies about light years away a near neighbour by stellar standards Vega is about times as large as our Sun It is also about twice as hot and produces times more light

Work by John Sanford

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