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12 Vulpeculae

12 Vulpeculae is a class B2.5V (blue main-sequence) star in the constellation Vulpecula. It is a variable Be star with an apparent magnitude varying from 4.78 to 4.97 and it is approximately 630 light years away based on parallax.

Vulpecula Constellation: Facts, Stars, Location, Deep Sky ...
Vulpecula constellation guide: facts, brightest stars, star map, deep sky objects, Brocchi's Cluster, Dumbbell Nebula (Messier 27), pictures and other information.
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Vulpecula - Wikipedia
Stars. There are no stars brighter than 4th magnitude in this constellation. The brightest star in Vulpecula is Alpha Vulpeculae, a magnitude 4.44 m red giant at a ...
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Nova - Wikipedia
A nova (plural novae or novas) or classical nova (CN or plural CNe) is a transient astronomical event that causes the sudden appearance of a bright, apparently "new ...
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Hunting White Dwarfs, the Night's Stellar Peewees - Sky ...
After standing in the presence of giants, we "kneel down" to get a closer look at the smallest stars visible in the night sky, the white dwarfs.
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全天88星座 一覧 - 星座図鑑 ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ...
全天には88の星座がありますが、とびうお座やけんびきょう座など、日本からは見えないものもあります。下の一覧には89 ...
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Fastest Known Binary Star - Sky & Telescope
5 thoughts on “ Fastest Known Binary Star ” John Mahony March 12, 2010 at 6:00 pm. Regarding your first paragraph, one thing that’s always interested me about ...
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Stars - JIM KALER
STARS and STARS OF THE WEEK Updated Fridays With A New Star Star Count: 949 Created by Jim Kaler, Prof. Emeritus of Astronomy, University of Illinois
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The areas of the above constellations adds up to 41,252.961 square degrees, which is in fact the area of the celestial sphere. In terms of area (based on the official ...
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Stjernebillede - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi
Stjernebillede kaldes hvert af de områder som nattehimlen er opdelt i. Stjernebilleder er et praktisk hjælpemiddel for astronomer når de ønsker at fortælle ...
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Jan Heweliusz – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia
Jan Heweliusz, łac. Johannes Hevelius, niem. Johann Hewelcke, inne formy nazwiska: Hewel, Hewelke, Höfelcke, Hövellius, Höwelcke (ur. 28 stycznia 1611 w Gdańsku, zm.
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