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Barnard's Star and BD51668

Information on these two stars, along with a few fun facts on Barnard's Star.

Alyson Rickert

on 25 April 2013

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Transcript of Barnard's Star and BD51668

And BD51668 Barnard's Star Barnard's Star Barnard's Star Barnard's BD51668 BD51668 Barnard's Star This star is the 4th known closest star to the sun Barnard S has the brightness of 0.0003 suns. This is a red dwarf star, found in the constellation Monoceros. It is made of hydrogen and helium Fun facts It is located in the constellation of Ophiuchus It is located 5.98 light years from the Earth. Location temperature,brightness, & life time Its temperature is 3,000 K Its life is aproximately 10^11 years Size & composition This Star is 20% the diameter of the sun About 140,000 miles diameter This star is made up of mostly hydrogen and helium. This star has the brightness of 0.0006 suns. Its aproximately 12.39 light years away. its life time is 10^11 years This star has a temperature of 3000 K. Barnard's star is in the constellation Ophiuchus, which is also known as the serpent bearer At one point, it was believed that Barnard's Star was a star like our sun, the center of a universe, but recent efforts to discover planets around this star have failed.
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