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Space Science

How Will the Constellations Change In 50K Years? 69 69

astroengine writes "The stars are not static points in the sky; they move over time. That means the constellations are shifting too. With the help of NASA astronomer Robert Hurt, five famous constellations are visualized 50,000 years in the future."
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How Will the Constellations Change In 50K Years?

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