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Beastly Constellation Project.

By the amazing Rachel Irons.
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Rachel Irons

on 4 May 2010

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Transcript of Beastly Constellation Project.

Libra The Scales Libra is most visible in the Northern Hemishphere in spring. Zubeneschamali (Beta Librae) Apparent Magnitude
2.61 Type of Star Blue Dwarf Star Distance from Earth 160 Light Years Color Green/Blue Surface Temperature 12,000 Zubenelakrab (Gamma Librae) Apparent Magnitude 3.91 Type of Star Yellow Giant Star Distance from Earth 152 Light Years Color Yellow Surface Temperature 5,000 Zubenelgenubi (Alpha Librae) Apparent Magnitude 5.15 Type of Star White Subgiant Star Distance from Earth 77 Light Years Color White Surface Temperature 7,500 Brachium (Sigma Librae) Apparent Magnitude 3.25 Type of Star Red dwarf star Distance from Earth 292 Light Years Color Red Surface Temperature 3,000 (2.61) (5.15) (3.91) Brachium (3.25) Libra!!! When the Greeks first established the Zodiac signs, they did not see the Libra as the scales, but as the claws of Scorpius. It was detached by the Romans to represent the vernal equinox. The Libra is now the youngest Zodiac sign and the only one not represented by an animal. In Greek mythology, the scales are held by the goddess of justice, Astraea. The Egyptians believed that the scales decided if the person would go to the Underworld or not. Derakrab Borealis
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