New Scientist article New scientist has produced a very useful infographic showing just how much stars in the Orion constellation are clustered together, even though the stars themselves are very small.
The infographic was created by a team of astronomers who are trying to understand how stars form in the Milky Way.
The team of researchers have taken a number of measurements on the sky in the constellation of Lyra and they were interested in what kind of clustering we could see in the cluster of stars.
They wanted to find out whether the stars of Lyric were more clustered together than the other stars of the cluster.
The scientists were looking for stars that were more closely spaced than a typical star in the galaxy.
This is because we live in a galaxy that has many millions of stars, so if we want to find stars closer together, we need to find a few more of those stars to get a closer image of them.
To find a star that was closer to us in our neighbourhood, the scientists used the radial velocity method.
This method looks for a bright star that is travelling in a similar direction to the galaxy at a distance.
When we see a star, it is probably because the star is moving faster than the stars around it.
The light of the star makes a signal travelling from us to the stars that it is moving in that direction.
As the light of a star moves in the sky, it can be detected by the Hubble Space Telescope.
If we look at a star moving faster in the centre of the galaxy, we will see it as a bright light, because that is what the light will appear to be.
If we look closer to a star in space, the light from it is much brighter, because it is travelling faster than it would be if the star were at a different location.
As you can see in this image, there are lots of stars in Lyric, so the star cluster has more stars that are closer together.
However, these stars are not all the stars, and some of them do not cluster in Lyrics.
The researchers found out that some of the clusters have stars that form very close to each other.
This means that the stars are all very close together.
This is important because the stars we see in our galaxies have a lot more stars than our own Milky Way galaxy, so we know that many stars are orbiting around the Milky Ways core.
This gives us an idea of what stars are in the other galaxies, and the stars form clusters in the outer part of the Milky way.
The authors have made a number more calculations that look at the clusters of stars that the researchers found in the Lyric cluster.
The results are shown in the chart below, which shows the number of stars of different colours in the clusters.
This means that many of the more distant stars in this constellation form clusters with stars that have the same colours.
The Lyric constellation is about 200 million light years away, so it is about 100 million times farther from the Sun than our Milky Way Galaxy.
So the astronomers have found that the star clusters of the Lyrian star cluster are actually clusters with a lot less stars than we would expect from their distance.
If this is true, this means that stars in some of these clusters form much smaller groups of stars than the cluster itself.
The study was published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters.