Where is the Summer Triangle in the starry sky? What is he like?

The three brightest stars of the summer night sky: Bega (a Lyra), Deneb (a Cygnus) and Altair (a Orla) – form the vertices of a triangle – the dominant configuration of the brightest stars of this season. Such selected groups of stars with a separate name are called asterism.

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