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The summer triangle may have three corners and be the bright stars from three separate constellations but there are loads of doubles to see in this area of the summer sky.
First, let’s talk about the three constellations and then set up for a mixed doubles match in the summer sky.
The triangle is easy to see in the east one hour after sunset. It is high enough at 10 p.m. so anyone can view the group. You may even be able to watch the stars appear as the sunlight fades, bringing the night sky to life.
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