November is often called the month of the Pleiades, because it’s when this star cluster – sometimes called the Seven Sisters – shines from dusk until dawn.

The Pleiades star cluster – also known as the Seven Sisters or M45 – is visible from virtually every place that humanity inhabits Earth’s globe. It can be seen from as far north as the north pole, and farther south than the southernmost tip of South America. It looks like a tiny misty dipper of stars. Follow the links below to learn more about the Pleiades.

http://earthsky.org/clusters-nebulae-galaxies/pleiades-star-cluster-enjoys-worldwide-renown?utm_content=buffer832df&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer#how

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    1. Oh yes… I find it disturbing that there seems to be no way to avoid lewd, and/or lurid, images from popping up in unexpected places on the internet. 😦 How are little eyes (and grown ones) supposed to be careful of what they see.

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