MIZAR is one of the Ursa Major constellation's stars .

Although at a first look it may seem a star like many others, looking hard it proves to be a star system made by six stars, conglomerated in binary systems which, in turn, are tied between them.

MIZAR is the first star system discovered in the Universe in 1617 and is the only one in which the two main stars can be visible with naked eye through an accurate observation.

In the star system each star undergoes the influence of the others, exchanging material, modifying it’s atmosphere, renewing and innovating over and over.

With naked eye perhaps all the complexity and the beauty of a system may not be visible, but thanks to the contribution of each one of them every night on the vault of the sky MIZAR appears to illuminate and to suggest thoughts and emotions.