Stars

Anchoring Starlight: Merope

Introduction Welcome to the first session of Anchoring Starlight – Series 3.  Below you will find some background information about our first star Merope and, once it is uploaded, the recording of our webinar. It is divided into the talk (with the letter T after the file number) and the inner journey (with the letter J after the …

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Anchoring Starlight: Deneb

Astronomy Deneb, in the constellation of Cygnus, forms one corner of the three star group known as the Summer Triangle, prominent in the northern skies through much of the year, epecially of course in the Summer, with the river of stars that is the Milky Way behind it. It is one of the most luminous …

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Anchoring Starlight: Betelgeuse

Astronomy Betelgeuse (pronounced BETL–jooz), currently the brightest star in the constellation of Orion the Hunter, is about 640 light years away.  Currently – because this huge star (also known as Alpha Orionis), is a red supergiant that fluctuates between 300 and 400 times or more the diameter of the Sun, so that around 1850 it was …

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