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Procyon Life cycle

Mr Long's Class
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Michael Combs

on 17 October 2012

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Transcript of Procyon Life cycle

A Procyon Star
By: Michael Combs Proycon To the naked eye the proycon looks like a single star in the sky but it really is not. The Proycon is the seventh brightest star in the sky. This is actually a binary Star System. One end consisting of white main sequences named Procyon A while the other a faint white dwarf named Procyon B. It lies 11.46 light years away from earth, this is one of the nearest solar systems to us. Its color is determined on how close it is to our Sun. Citations www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/procyon. Wikipedia 10/16/12 7:50 www.youtube.com/whatch procyon star. 10/16/12 Procyon A is 6.9 time more luminous than our sun. Procyon A has a luminosity of 6.93^3. While Procyon B has Luminosity of.00055L. Procyon A mass is 1.42x.003^4 and Procyon B has a mass of 0.062x.04^3. Proycon B is about 0.06 in solar masses.
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