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Transcript of Aquarius
Aquarius is a constellation of the zodiac, situated between Capricornus and Pisces. Its name is Latin for "water-carrier" or "cup-carrier", and its symbol is a representation of water.
There are 8 stars in the aquarius constellation.
Sadalmelik, is a G2 spectral class star named in Arabic for the phrase "the lucky stars of the king" It is the second brightest star in Aquarius with a magnitude of 2.96 and is 523 light-years from Earth
Sadalsuud, is a G0 spectral class star named for the Arabic phrase meaning "luckiest of the lucky stars". It is the brightest star in Aquarius with an apparent magnitude of 2.9. Sadalsuud is 537 light-years from Earth and has a luminosity of 5250.
Sadachbia, is a blue-white A0 spectral class star of magnitude 3.84 and is 163 light years away.It has a luminosity of 50 L. The name Sadachbia comes from the Arabic for "lucky stars of the tents".
Scheat or Skat, is a blue-white A2 spectral class star of magnitude 3.27 and luminosity of 105 L.
Ancha, is a G8 spectral class star with an apparent magnitude of 4.16 and an absolute magnitude of 1.4.
Hudoor or Ekchusis, is an M2 spectral class star of magnitude 3.74 and luminosity of 120 L.
Bunda, is an A7 spectral class star with an apparent magnitude of 4.69 and an absolute magnitude of 2.4
Seat, is a B0 spectral class star with an apparent magnitude of 4.66 and an absolute magnitude of -4.1.
The best time to view: 9:00 p.m. in the month of October
Aquarius is the 10th largest constellation in the sky, occupying an area of 980 square degrees
In greek mythology Aquarius was a wicked god who brought global floods
Aquarius is one of the oldest constellations