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The Pleiades are my favorite astronomical bodies after the Earth and Sun.
The Pleiades are a cluster of roughly 3,000 stars, most of which are blue-white. The brightest nine are named after the seven Pleiades sisters of Greek myth and their parents, Atlas and Pleione. The cluster is currently passing through a nebula, which reflects back the stars' blue glow. Also, the Pleiades cluster is classified as an open cluster, meaning they are slowly drifting away from each other and may one day be on opposite sides of the galaxy.