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constellation orion

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constellation orion

orion along with other constellations is one of the most visible constellations in the northern sky and has the structure of a man but you would need a telescope to see more of him then just the naked eye

orion has other objects not just the constellation there is the great orion nebula in which astronomers have been very interested in and still are to this day and a whole story about orion was made in ancient times

BETELGUESERA 05 55 10.3 Dec +07 24 25 V 0.50 B-V +1.85 Spectral Type M1-2Ia-Iab RIGELRA 05 14 32.3 Dec -08 12 06 V 0.12 B-V -0.03 Spectral Type B8Ia: BELLATRIXRA 05 25 07.9 Dec +06 20 59 V 1.64 B-V -0.22 Spectral Type B2III mintakaRA 05 32 00.4 Dec -00 17 57 V 2.23 B-V -0.22 Spectral Type O9.5II ALNILAMRA 05 36 12.8 Dec -01 12 07 V 1.70 B-V -0.19 Spectral Type B0Ia

alnitakRA 05 40 45.5 Dec -01 56 34 V 2.05 B-V -0.21 Spectral Type O9.7Ib NAIR AL SAIFRA 05 35 26.0 Dec -05 54 36 V 2.77 B-V -0.24 Spectral Type O9III SAIPHRA 05 47 45.4 Dec -09 40 11 V 2.06 B-V -0.17 Spectral Type B0.5Ia MIESSARA 05 35 08.3 Dec +09 56 03 V 3.54 B-V -0.18 Spectral Type O8III((f)) TABITRA 04 49 50.4 Dec +06 57 41 V 3.19 B-V +0.45 Spectral Type F6V TABITRA 04 50 36.7 Dec +08 54 01 V 4.36 B-V +0.01 Spectral Type A1Vn TABITRA 04 50 36.7 Dec +08 54 01 V 4.36 B-V +0.01 Spectral Type A1Vn TABIT RA 04 54 53.8 Dec +10 09 03 V 4.65 B-V +0.09 Spectral Type A0Vp THABITRA 04 54 53.8 Dec +10 09 03 V 4.65 B-V +0.09 Spectral Type A0Vp


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