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8 thoughts on “ Pleiades

  1. light years from planet Earth is a small cluster of seven stars located in the” Constellation of Taurus of the Bull” known as Pleiades. The cluster is actually the eye of the bull in the constellation of Taurus. According to ancient legends, the stars are said to be the daughters and sisters of Atlas.
  2. The Pleiades were the seven daughters of the pre-Olympian Titan Atlas, and Pleione, a nymph. According to myth, the Pleiades, named Maia, Electra, Alcyone, Taygete, Celaeno, Merope, and Asterope, were dedicated to Artemis, the Greek goddess of the moon and the hunt.
  3. Nov 19,  · The Pleiades or Seven Sisters form a beautiful star cluster near the constellation Taurus. This is one of the nearest star clusters to Earth and perhaps the most beautiful to the naked eye. Over the millennia it has inspired folklore around the world, and is now 88%(51).
  4. Pléiades is an optical satellite constellation providing very high-resolution products (50cm) with a 20km swath. Both the space and the ground segment have been designed to provide information in record time, offering daily revisit capacity to any point on the globe and outstanding acquisition capabilities to meet the full spectrum of civil and military requirements.
  5. Pleiades. The Hebrew word (cimah) so rendered occurs in (Job ; ; Amos ) In the last passage our Authorized Version has "the seven stars," although the Geneva version translates the word "Pleiades" as in the other dharilogblogefan.athwuscicounrirorogcaticanrahu.infoinfo Pleiades are a group of stars situated on the shoulder of the constellation Taurus. The rendering "sweet influences" of the Authorized Version, (Job ) is a.
  6. The Pleiades name is derived from the name of the mother, Pleione, which in turn probably means “sailing” or “many/plenty.” The sailing reference might refer to the helical rising of the Pleiades, which coincided with fine nautical weather in the Mediterranean.
  7. Pleiades, (catalog number M45), open cluster of young stars in the zodiacal constellation Taurus, about light-years from the solar system.

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