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Constellation Project: Indus

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Max Hurst

on 30 April 2010

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Transcript of Constellation Project: Indus

Indus The Indian Indus is best seen during the Summer, more specifically September, in the Southern Hempisphere. Indus was created in the 16th. It is unknown if Indus "the Indian" refers to the people in the Americas, or the people in Asia. It is usualy thought though to be an American Indian. Usually, Indus is depicted as an Native American holding arrows in both hands, but not bow. All of the stars in this constellation are relatively dim. Star Table-Part 1

Star App. Magnitude Abs. Magnitude
The Persian(Alpha Indi) 3.ll 0.7
Beta Indi 3.65 N/A
Delta Indi 4.40 N/A
Nu Indi 5.296 N/A Star Table-Part 2
Star Surface Temp.(Kelvin) Color Distance (lightyears) Type of Star
Alpha Indi 3,500 - 5,000 K Orange 101 Gaint
Beta Indi 3,500 - 5,000 K Orange 603 Gaint
Delta Indi 5,000 - 7,500 K White 185 Sub Giant
Nu Indi 6,000 - 7,500 K Blue White 110 Main Seq.
and White Alpha Beta Delta Nu 3.ll App. Mag. 5.296 App. Mag. 4.4 App. Mag. 3.65 App. Mag. Indus
The Indian Indus
The Indian
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