A green star lies in the center of the yellow.
One way or another (and there are many others), the stars themselves lie within our reach.
It's hard to see where the stars really lie with them.
The star lies only 0.3 north of the galactic plane.
A yellow star lies in the center of the middle red stripe.
Raven led me to a height from which we could see the stars lying low in the east.
The star is not visible to the naked eye, and lies approximately 330 light years away from the Sun.
Here several concrete stars lie over the whole platform area as if they had fallen from the sky.
It was suggested in 1979 that this star may lie within 25 parsecs of the Sun.
The viewscreen returned to the panorama of stars lying ahead.