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In January, this star can be viewed from in the morningin the evening.
Around 12:12am in early 01 (EST), it can be found at an elevation of 0° in the 0. Please make sure that no obstacles (such as building, mountains, or trees) are impeding your view.
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The star has a magnitude of 13.62 mag and is at a distance of many light years.
It is at coordinates -36.6648° (declination) and 8h 12m 57.9s (right ascension).
The magnitude (brightness) is measured on a logarithmic scale. Small numbers mean bright stars: A star with a brightness of 1 mag is 100 times brighter that an star with 6 mag.
UCAC3 catalog star 37637926
This star belongs to the huge UCAC 3 catalog. It is identified by this number in the UCAC 3 catalog.
8h 12m 57.9s (123.24126°)
The distance is measured in light years (LY). A light year is the distance, that light travels within one year. 1 LJ is equal to about 5,878,630,000,000 miles.
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Every star belongs to a constellation, and 12 of those constellations are part of the zodiac.
Puppis (Poop Deck)
The former constellation Argo Navis was split into four smaller constellations by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille in the middle of the 18th century. The largest of these four constellations is Puppis, representing the poop deck of the ship.