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What is the brightest star in the universe?

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As the question specifies brightness, the brightest star in the Universe is our Sun - because it is the closest star to us.

The most luminous star is another question: See related question.
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Which star is the brightest?

The brightest star that is not the sun is Sirus. Sirus is a 1st  magnitude star. Sirus is 8.7 light years away from Earth, which is  not to far away(for a star at least). Si

Is the north star the brightest star?

The north star which is Polaris isn't the brightest star, it is the 45th brightest star in the night time sky standing between Castor A (α Gem) the 44th brightest star and Mi

What is the brightest known star in the universe?

From Earth the Sun is obviously the brightest star. Otherwise Sirius (The Dog Star) is brightest star discovered so far with a magnitude of -1.42. One of the most luminous

What star is the brightest?

The Sun is the brightest star for us. Apart from the Sun, the next brightest star as seen from Earth is Sirius.

What is the brightest star?

 The Sun (Sol) has an apparent magnitude of - 26.74  Siruis (Dog star) with an apparent magnitude of -1.47  (Brightest in the Northern Hemisphere)  Canopus with an appare

Which stars are the brightest?

The brightest star in the sky is the sun, as it is by far the closest. The next brightest after this is Sirus, then Canopus, Arcturus, Vega and Rigel rounding off the top six.

Which Stars are the Brightest Stars you know?

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What are the 10 brightest stars in the universe?

It is impossible to say for sure. Some stars may be very bright, but are much too far away for us to see. All the stars you see when you look outside at night are just from ou

Fifty brightest stars in the universe?

    That question cannot be answered. We would have to know the magnitude of every star in the universe. The universe is infinite (and expanding). It's impossible t

Are the nearest stars the brightest stars?

Yes and No. A star may seem bright because it radiate a very high amount of visible light - or - because it is closer.    For example, two stars may appear equally brig