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Optical Image of the Constellation Perseus

By John Sanford

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Perseus constellation. Optical image of the centre of the constellation Perseus. North is at top. The bright star at centre is Mirfak (Alpha Persei). It is surrounded by several less bright stars, a grouping known as the Perseus OB association. O and B are the spectral classes of the majority of the stars, meaning they are among the hottest stars known. At lower right is the famous eclipsing binary star Algol (Beta Persei). This star changes in brightness between magnitudes 2.1- 3.4 with a period of just under three days. Algol is a very close double star, too close to be resolved from Earth. When the stars pass in front of each other, there is a drop in brightness. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Perseus constellation. Optical image of the centre of the constellation Perseus. North is at top. The bright star at centre is Mirfak (Alpha Persei). It is surrounded by several less bright stars, a grouping known as the Perseus OB association. O and B are the spectral classes of the majority of the stars, meaning they are among the hottest stars known. At lower right is the famous eclipsing binary star Algol (Beta Persei). This star changes in brightness between magnitudes 2.1- 3.4 with a period of just under three days. Algol is a very close double star, too close to be resolved from Earth. When the stars pass in front of each other, there is a drop in brightness. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Perseus constellation. Optical image of the centre of the constellation Perseus. North is at top. The bright star at centre is Mirfak (Alpha Persei). It is surrounded by several less bright stars, a grouping known as the Perseus OB association. O and B are the spectral classes of the majority of the stars, meaning they are among the hottest stars known. At lower right is the famous eclipsing binary star Algol (Beta Persei). This star changes in brightness between magnitudes 2.1- 3.4 with a period of just under three days. Algol is a very close double star, too close to be resolved from Earth. When the stars pass in front of each other, there is a drop in brightness. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Optical Image of the Constellation Perseus

By John Sanford

12" x 18" Photographic Print
$35.99
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