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Transcript of New Constellation
Egyptian myth revered the phoenix as an embodiment of Ra, the sun god. In many cultures, the phoenix is known as a symbol of resurrection. <-----The stars labeled Gru is the constellation, Grus. What is labeled Eri is the constellation Eridanus. --> <---Scl stands for the constellation, Scluptor The fancy-schmancy..
a (biggest star)-Alpha
b (connected "a" to left)-Beta
y (far right top)-Gamma
g, crossed with an 8 (right below y)-Delta --It is 50 times more luminous than the Sun, and closest to Earth. --It is 25 times brighter than the Sun and third farthest from Earth. --It is 185 times more luminous than the Sun and farthest away from Earth in comparison to these 4 stars. --It is 45 times brighter than the Sun and second farthest. The constellation of Phoenix (Phe) is diffult to observe with very few poor stars and stellar fields. It may be visible without stellar clusters and with a certain amount of galaxies. Alpha 2.39 K0III 77 light years orange 4850K Beta 3.31 G8IIv 180 light years orange 4900K Gamma 3.41 M0-11la 234 light years orange 3900K Delta 3.95 K0III-IV 147 light years orange 7700K Name Apparent Magnitude Type Distance from Earth Color Temperature "Firebird"