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What is the luminosity of Zubenelgenubi?

What is the luminosity of Zubenelgenubi?

Visual Facts

Primary Name Zubenelgenubi The Sun
Luminosity (Lsun) 3.8600000 1
Mass (Solars) 1.9700 1
Effective Temperature (Kelvin) 6728 5,772
Associated / Clustered Stars Zubenelgenubi B N/A

How far away from Earth is Zubenelgenubi?

77.2 light yearsAlpha Librae / Distance to Earth

How big is Zubeneschamali compared to the Sun?

Zubeneschamali is a hot blue hydrogen-fusing star of the spectral type B8 V. It has a mass 3.5 times that of the Sun and a radius 4.9 times solar.

Is Zubenelgenubi a giant?

Zubenelgenubi, also designated as α2 Librae (alpha2 Librae), is a variable and multiple sub-giant star in the constellation of Libra. Zubenelgenubi visual magnitude is 2.75.

How old is Zubenelgenubi?

1.1 billion years
2.61), Zubenelgenubi (Alpha Lib, mag. 2.741), Brachium (Sigma Lib, mag. 3.29), Upsilon Librae (mag. 3.628), Tau Librae (mag….Alpha1 Librae (Alpha Librae B)

Spectral class F3 V
Temperature 6,653 K
Metallicity -0.07 dex
Age 1.1 billion years (0.3 – 1.7 billion years)
Rotational velocity 5.95 km/s

What constellation is Zubenelgenubi in?

LibraAlpha Librae / Constellation

Despite its “alpha” designation, Zubenelgenubi is the second-brightest star in the constellation Libra the Scales. It’s a touch fainter than Zubeneschamali, Libra’s brightest star. These two stars can be found most easily in relationship to each.

What constellation is Zubenelgenubi?

Despite its “alpha” designation, Zubenelgenubi is the second-brightest star in the constellation Libra the Scales. It’s a touch fainter than Zubeneschamali, Libra’s brightest star.

Is Spica a giant star?

This is a massive star with more than 10 times the mass of the Sun and seven times its radius.

What is Libras brightest star?

A blue dwarf with a magnitude of 2.7, Beta Librae is the constellation’s brightest star and is 160 light-years distant. It is the only star to appear green to the naked eye. The star is also known as Lanx Australis (“the southern scale”) and Zubeneschamali (“the northern claw”).

Is Zubenelgenubi a double star?

Zubenelgenubi resides some 77 light-years away. Use binoculars to peer at it, and you’ll see it looks like two stars. And spectroscopy reveals each of the two stars in Zubenelgenubi are also double. Plus there may be a fifth star in the system.

Is Spica a white dwarf?

Its core will become a white dwarf. It’ll be roughly as massive as the Sun, but a little bigger than Earth — many times larger than a neutron star. Neither star is near its end, though, so Spica should continue to shine brightly for a long time to come.

How old is Spica A?

Spica

Observation data Epoch J2000 Equinox J2000
Age 12.5 Myr
Secondary
Mass 7.21±0.75 M ☉
Radius 3.74±0.53 R ☉