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Gemini Constellation


Gemini is Latin for twins. In greek mythology, the twins are Castor and Pollux, for which the brightest two stars in the constellation are named. The annual meteor shower that seems to originate from the Gemini constellation is called the Geminids and peaks in the middle of December.
See Also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gemini_%28constellation%29

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