SL - Lili Reinhart

RA 18h58m08.80 +29°13'31.2'' dec 11.55 mag


RA 18h58m08.80 +29°13'31.2'' dec 11.55 mag

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Constellation Lyra (The Lyre)

Lyra or The Lyre is one of the 88 constellations modern astronomers have divided the sky into. It's part of the Hercules constellation family. Lyra is best seen in August (from latitudes +90° to -40°)

In mythology, Lyra was the lyre of the great musician Orpheus, a stringed musical instrument. It is said that Hermes fashioned the lyre from the shell of a tortoise that he found browsing outside his cave on Mount Cyllene in Arcadia. Twelve main stars make up the constellation. One of them, Vega, is the fifth overall brightest in the night sky.