Sirius is one of the closest stars to the Sun, at a distance of about 2.6 pc. If we are transported from Earth to the vicinity of Sirius, the relative position of most of the stars will not change much, and only the closest stars will be in completely different constellations. The sun will be located at a point in the sky opposite to the position of Sirius in our sky, that is, in the eastern part of the constellation Hercules, near the border with the constellations Eagle, Arrow and Chanterelle. The Sun will have a brightness of about 1.8m, and it will shine a little fainter than the nearby stars of the somewhat deformed “summer triangle”.
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