Cancer

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Cancer, including the star cluster M44<br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Cancer, including the star cluster M44
Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
Wide-angle view of the Leo region of the sky, including Coma, Leo, Leo Minor, Cancer and the stars Castor and Pollux.<br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Wide-angle view of the Leo region of the sky, including Coma, Leo, Leo Minor, Cancer and the stars Castor and Pollux.
Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
Cancer and Gemini.<br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Cancer and Gemini.
Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
Cancer and Gemini with constellation lines.<br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Cancer and Gemini with constellation lines.
Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
Wide-angle view of the ‘Winter Triangle’ region of the sky, including Cancer, the Head of Hydra, Canis Minor, Monoceros, part of Gemini and Orion. The stars Procyon in Canis Minor (centre), Sirius (bottom right) and Betelgeuse (red star at centre right) make up the Winter Triangle. Photographed from Tenerife.<br />Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy
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Wide-angle view of the ‘Winter Triangle’ region of the sky, including Cancer, the Head of Hydra, Canis Minor, Monoceros, part of Gemini and Orion. The stars Procyon in Canis Minor (centre), Sirius (bottom right) and Betelgeuse (red star at centre right) make up the Winter Triangle. Photographed from Tenerife.
Credit Robin Scagell/Galaxy