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Among the groups of most visible and recognizable stars in the northern sky we can include the constellation of Ursa Major. The seven brightest stars in it form the asterism known in my nation as the "Grande Carro" (italian language). But the name changes and takes a lot of variations all overthe world: for example is known as the Big Dipper in the United States and Canada, or as the Plough in the United Kingdom and Ireland, Three Leaps of Gazelle in the Arab culture... and so on. But whatever its the name there is always one thing that unites all cultures and resides in the mysteries of the Deep-sky objects, something that still fascinates us to face up when we admire the night sky.

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