Tabby's Star is located in the Cygnus Constellation. Here are some of the spacial event taking place in the Cygnus Constellation that might be effecting KIC 8462. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cygnus_X-1 Here is map showing the location of Tabby's Star. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KIC_8462852#/media/File:NGC_6866_map.png This is a map of the Cygnus Constellation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cygnus_(constellation)#/media/File:Cygnus_IAU.svg One of the spacial events has to effecting Tabby's Star. We can start by placing every spacial event from the Wiki article on the map of Cygnus to determine how close to Tabby's 8462 the event is to see whether or not an effect would be present. Cygnus X-3 is a microquasar containing a Wolf–Rayet star in orbit around a very compact object,with a period of only 4.8 hours. The system is one of the most intrinsically luminous X-ray sources observed.Interestingly, the system undergoes periodic outbursts of unknown nature, and during one such outburst, the system was found to be emitting muons, likely caused by neutrinos. While the compact object is thought to be a neutron star or possibly a black hole, it is possible that the object is instead a more exotic stellar remnant, possibly the first discovered quark star, hypothesized due to its production of cosmic rays that cannot be explained if the object is a normal neutron star. Tabby's Star is a normal star that has abnormal fluctuations in it's light curve. Could the unknown object in Cygnus X-3 possibly give us a clue to the nature of KIC 8462? Let's ask the computer. Sigourney Weaver voice " Computer, Tabby's Star is a normal star that has abnormal fluctuations in it's light curve. Could the unknown object in Cygnus X-3 possibly give us a clue to the nature of KIC 8462?"