Sirius is the Dog Star in the dog Canis Major in the night sky. Magnitude is -1.45. Absolute magnitude: 1.44. Ecliptic longitude/ latitude: +104o04’4404”/-39o36’39.3” or +104o17’33.2”/-39o36’32.4”. Galactic longitude/ latitude: -132o45’57.3”/-8o53’42.0”. The stars distance from our sun: 8.60 ly. Parallax: 0.37921”. This star is a lot bigger than our sun and it is also one of the most brightest. Type: star. Spectral Type: A0m…
Betelgeuse is the armpit of Orion. Type: pulsating star (SRC). Magnitude: 0.45. Absolute magnitude: -5.47. Magnitude Range: 0.00/1.30. Ecliptic longitude/ latitude: +88o45’17.1”/ -16o01’37.1”. Ecliptic longitude/ latitude: +88o58’07.4”/ -16o01’29.9”. ”. The stars distance from our sun: 497.95 ly. Spectral Type: M2Ib. Parallax: 0.00655”.
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