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Stephen James O'Meara's Secret Sky: Sisters of the Misty Vail

February 2011: The lovely Pleiades have called from the sky for millennia.
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The Pleiades (M45), an open star cluster also known as the Seven Sisters, shine brightly just off Taurus the Bull’s shoulder, garnering them an extended stay in various cultures’ myths
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Go outside around 6 p.m. this month, face south, and look high in the sky for M45, the Pleiades open star cluster. Commonly called the Seven Sisters, this stunning gathering of naked-eye stars, veiled in nebulosity, lies on the shoulder of Taurus the Bull.

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