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Springtime stars are signposts for a journey through history.
RELATED TOPICS: STARS
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In 2015’s January and July columns (“Time travel” and “Stellar time machines”), I presented the distances to notable winter and summer stars, both in light-years and in terms of the earthly events occurring when their light left for a 2015 landfall. This month, we travel back to notable spring stars.

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