demon constellation

What are the brightest stars in the sky?

The seven brightest stars on the star chart are (in order of descending brightness): 1 Arcturus ( Boö or Alpha Boötis, apparent magnitude -0.04), an orange- red star in the constellation of Boötes, the Herdsman and the fourth-brightest star in the night sky, 2 Procyon ( CMi or Alpha Canis Minoris, mag. +0.4), a yellow – white star in Canis Minor, the Lesser Dog and the fourth brightest Northern celestial hemisphere star ( Canis Minor is described on the Aries-Taurus-Gemini page), 3 Spica ( Vir or Alpha Virginis, mag. ~ +1.0), a blue- white variable star in Virgo, the Virgin, 4 Pollux ( Gem or Beta Geminorum, mag. +1.1), a pale orange – yellow star in Gemini, the Twins, 5 Regulus ( Leo or Alpha Leonis, mag. +1.3), a blue- white star in Leo, the Lion, 6 Castor ( Gem or Alpha Geminorum, mag. +1.6), a blue- white double star in Gemini and 7 Alphard ( Hya or Alpha Hydrae, mag. +2.0), a pale orange red giant star in Hydra, the Water Snake.

What is the star in Leo?

Regulus ( Leo or Alpha Leonis, mag. +1.3), a blue- white star in Leo, the Lion, Castor ( Gem or Alpha Geminorum, mag. +1.6), a blue- white double star in Gemini and. Alphard ( Hya or Alpha Hydrae, mag. +2.0), a pale orange red giant star in Hydra, the Water Snake.

How many galaxies are in Virgo?

Virgo contains more bright galaxies than any other constellation in the night sky. Around thirty of them are visible in small telescopes but only a few of them are potentially within the reach of binoculars; these are shown on the star chart.

How many stars are in the X-ray cluster?

There are over 300 stars in the cluster, which lies about 2,600 light years away. Binoculars show it as a small, hazy patch; small telescopes reveal about 20 stars down to 11th magnitude and medium-sized telescopes show around 50 stars down to 12th magnitude.

How many stars are visible in a binoculars?

Binoculars show around 50 stars contained in a field of view roughly 80′ across (i.e. 80 arcminutes, where 1 arcminute = 1/60th of a degree). Small to medium-sized telescopes reveal about 75 stars visible down to about magnitude 12, whilst large telescopes show around 300 stars down to 17th magnitude.

What is the name of the star in Gemini?

Castor ( Gem or Alpha Geminorum, mag. +1.6), a blue- white double star in Gemini and. Alphard ( Hya or Alpha Hydrae, mag. +2.0), a pale orange red giant star in Hydra, the Water Snake.

What is a pollux star?

Pollux ( Gem or Beta Geminorum, mag. +1.1), a pale orange – yellow star in Gemini, the Twins, Regulus ( Leo or Alpha Leonis, mag. +1.3), a blue- white star in Leo, the Lion, Castor ( Gem or Alpha Geminorum, mag. +1.6), a blue– white double star in Gemini and.

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