Jan 17, 2015
Polaris, often disguised as Alpha Ursae Minoris, or commonly the North Star, Northern Star or Pole Star, also Lodestar, sometimes Guiding Star. Finally, one for the Podes! It's the brightest star in the constellation, Ursa Minor, and the 45th brightest star in the night sky. It is oh so close to the north celestial pole, that it is the current northern pole star. Right up there where we can't see it, but perhaps you can perceive it, or spot it through that beard.
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