JACK JOHNSON, star constellation.
You know, the one that you get at the top of a skyscraper.
The one that gets you in the sun.
The blue one.
The red one.
And the white one.
Jack johnson is the star in that constellation.
It’s the fifth brightest star in the sky.
It is also the brightest star that has ever been recorded, eclipsed by a sunspot.
But that’s not what makes it so exciting.
Jack Johnsons star is called Sagittarii, after its star.
The constellation, named after a Greek god, is named after Sagittaros, the son of Zeus, who is one of the three Greek gods who inspired Shakespeare’s plays.
Jack Johnson is a constellation, too, and a stellar companion to Sagittaria.
It has a different kind of star, called a triplet, and it is also a good example of the different kinds of stars that have ever existed.
Sagittarios is not the brightest of all the stars in the Sagittarian Galaxy.
It only has about half as many stars as the Milky Way galaxy.
But, when it is fully visible, it appears to be about five times as bright as the sun, the second brightest star.
Sixty times more massive.
That’s a lot of stars in a little bit of space.
But it’s also a little smaller than most stars, about the size of a grapefruit.
The first known stars to be discovered were found in the 1920s in a cluster of gas giants called the Large Magellanic Cloud.
Astronomers were excited by their discovery that they contained stars much more common than any of the other stars in their galaxy.
These stars were found to be in close orbit around the star they were named after.
These gas giants were not the first to be identified in the Galaxy.
In fact, astronomers were already working on new ideas about what they might be doing.
In fact, the universe had already been discovered by then, and astronomers were beginning to understand what was happening.
In 1923, a team of astronomers called the Mauna Kea Observatory was studying what would later be known as the Kuiper Belt, an area of space just beyond Neptune, which contains objects like asteroids, comets, and dust devils.
They discovered that there was a lot more material in these asteroids than astronomers thought.
And that there were some really, really massive asteroids that were going to be important for us in the future.
They’re called Kui-Bar.
They found some really massive objects.
There was one asteroid that had a mass of over a million times the mass of the Earth.
And it was very close to the Sun, about six times farther than the orbit of Mercury.
In the year 2026, astronomers at the University of Hawaii at Manoa (UH) found that these objects had all the same characteristics as comets.
They were about the same size, and they were very similar in shape.
But they were far away from the Sun.
They had all these characteristics of asteroids in the Kliper Belt.
They had masses about twice as large as those of the Kauri.
They also had orbits that were much, much closer to the Earth than the orbits of the Moon.
And they were more than twice as bright.
So, in fact, they were like stars.
These were the first objects to be found that were in close proximity to the star that was named after them.
This was a very different class of object from comets in the Mantle Nebula, which is a part of our Galaxy that’s about 100 million light-years away.
The Mantle is a massive cluster of stars and gas and dust, and in the early 1990s, the team of UH astronomers discovered the first known object to be located in the cluster.
The object was called the Koolanee, which means “to the right of the sun” in Hawaiian.
The Koolans were discovered by another group of astronomers, called the Sohoonan, and by now, they had figured out that they were part of a much larger group of stars.
The Koolani, by the way, are not stars.
They are like planets, with an orbital period of about 3 days.
They orbit the star called Maitland that is the first object to have been discovered in the group.
The discovery of Maitlands first object has been called the largest-ever mass-of-mass collision between two objects, but that is not what’s important here.
What’s important is that this mass-mass, object was moving in a direction that was much, very close.
In other words, it was moving much closer than any object that has been discovered before.
So it was a much closer object to the Kools than the Kii-Boa, which are stars that are also moving in very similar directions.
Maitlands object is a member of the family