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Zodiac: Gemini
May 22 - Jun 21
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Ἕλλα

The star has a magnitude of 11.99 mag and is in a distance of not in database light years. It is at coordinates 82.0923° (declination) and 6h 7m 38.65s (right ascension). Your star is in the constellation of Camelopardalis (Giraffe, read more on this constellation).
This star is named to:
Ἕλλα
It was named on:
June 21, 2012
It was named by:
Dedication:
The name of this star is Ella, written in Greek, although not officially (according to the IAU)
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Although this name is not considered by the UIA to be the official name of the star, it is according to me. It dosen't have the brightest of magnitudes, but 11.99 isn't bad. TO quote Wikipedia,The name (Ella) cognates with Hellas (Greek: ), the Greek name for Greece, which said to have been originally the name of the region round Dodona. The name may be written in numbers/letters but that is only because the website doesn't recognize Greek.
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The star has a magnitude of 11.99 mag and is in a distance of %%DISTANCE light years. It is at coordinates 82.0923° (declination) and 6h 7m 38.65s (right ascension). Camelopardalis (Giraffe, read more on this constellation).
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