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How To Find The Summer Constellations (360°)

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Published on Jun 25, 2018

Impress your friends by navigating the night sky.
Ursa Major: 1:31, Ursa Minor: 2:20, Cassiopeia: 3:05, Leo: 3:29, Cygnus, Lyra & Aquila: 3:45, Scorpius & Sagittarius: 4:36
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Correction: our video editing software incorrectly rendered the Arabic phrases in this video. The correct versions are as follows:

Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi: عبد الرحمن الصوفي
Isfahan, Iran: اصفهان, ايران
Kitab Suwar al-Kawakib: كتاب صور الكواكب
Deneb: دنب الدجاجلة
Altair: النسر الطائر

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Credits:
Produced by Adam Cole and Ryan Kellman
Sound Design by Andy Huether
Rendering help: Miles Watkins, Wes Lindamood
Supervising Editor: Nicole Werbeck
Chief Science Editor: Andrea Kissack
NPR Director of Visuals: Keith Jenkins

Music:
"Santorini," by Alastair King
"Empty Quarter," by Xian Vassie
"La Traviata Prelude To Act I" by Giuseppe Verdi
“Coro a bocca chiusa (Humming Chorus)” from Madama Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini

Images:
NASA/JPL

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