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The Cluster is the Capitol of the Divine Order from the show Lexx. the planet from which Xev, Stan, and Kai escape in the beginning of Lexx. His Divine Shadow and his Divine Predesessors rule from The Cluster. Capitol can refer to: A building that houses the administration of certain governments. ... Lexx is a science fiction TV series that follows the adventures of a group of mis-matched individuals aboard the Lexx, the most powerful destructive force in the two universes from which the show takes its name. ... Zev of B3K is a major character on the television show Lexx. ... Stanley Tweedle is a character on the science fiction series Lexx. ... Kai, Last of the Brunnen G, is an undead assassin on the science fiction television show Lexx. ... His Divine Shadow on his famous I want you for my Divine Army Poster In the TV series Lexx, the fictional character His Divine Shadow is the absolute ruler of the Divine Order and the League of 20,000 Planets. ...


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Open cluster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3164 words)
While most clusters become dispersed before a large proportion of their members have reached the white dwarf stage, the number of white dwarfs in open clusters is still generally much lower than would be expected, given the age of the cluster and the expected initial mass distribution of the stars.
Because the stars in an open cluster are all at roughly the same distance from Earth, and were born at roughly the same time from the same raw material, the differences in apparent brightness among cluster members is due only to their mass.
The radial velocity of cluster members can be determined from Doppler shift measurements of their spectra, and once the radial velocity, proper motion and angular distance from the cluster to its vanishing point are known, simple trigonometry will reveal the distance to the cluster.
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