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Pheonix

My constellation project
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Sarah Anas

on 29 April 2010

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Phoenix The Firebird Phoenixes are scarlet birds that are said to sing beautifully. They are even said to live over 500 years, and when they die, they build a nest and catch fire. A new phoenix is then born from the ashes. This constellation was discovered by a man named Johann Bayer. Phoenix is one of the southern hemisphere constellations. The Arabs used to call this constellation the boat. The constellation then became a big flying bird, so Bayer did use history to name this constellation. This constellation is best seen
in November at 9:OO PM. Star Apparent Magnitude Type Distance in Light Years Color Surface Temperature Ankaa 2.39 K Giant 77 Yellow-orange 48OO Kelvin Beta 3.32 Gamma 3.41 Delta 3.88 KO Type 18O Orange Phantom K 234 Orange Giant Phantom K 147 Orange 3,7OO-5,2OO Kelvin 3,7OO-5,2OO Kelvin 3,7OO-5,2OO Kelvin
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