work in progress...
Though much of what we understand to be true is what we are told, our perception of the facts is clouded by our own viewpoint. The facts may be edited or abridged to provide a more convenient truth. The central facts remain true and are presented in plain view.
Asadin Lux is a constellation in the Northern Hemisphere. Visible in its entirety on only a few nights in the lunar calendar. It is a collection of stars; each a mass of helium gas illuminated by a source of energy at its core.
A series of photographic prints confirm its existence, together with the original negatives. Digital imagery can be manipulated, but Silver Nitrate is not so easy to persuade, the unquestioned authority of Victorian scientific records provide a solid foundation of truth.
Much of what we believe to be true, we have never seen for ourselves and much of what we are told is a convenient explanation, simplified to aid our understanding.
Asadin Lux is a collection of point sources of visible light, glowing in the night sky, each one suspended by a body of Helium gas.
That much is true.