March 20, 2012 11:07 AM | By Jason Buckland, MSN Tech & Gadgets
The wonders of the sky, as seen by NASA

Scorpion in the sky



Scorpion in the sky - The wonders of the sky, as seen by NASA (© NASA/JPL - Caltech/UCLA photo)
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Observed best in North America's summer night sky is the constellation known as Scorpius, named for the dreaded scorpion imagined by the ancient Greeks.

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