Admissible constellations of primes are patterns which, like the twin primes, no simple divisibility relation would prevent from being repeated indefinitely in the series of primes. All admissible constellations, formed of consecutive primes, beginning with a prime <1000, are established, and some properties of such constellations in general are conjectured.
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