Results for: Arcturus

What is Arcturus?

Arcturus is a red giant and the brightest star in the constellation Boötes. It has a spectral type of K1 and will have a colour of orange to orange yellow. It is appr (MORE)

How far is Arcturus?

Arcturus is 36.7 light years from Earth. As a light year is a measurement of the distance travelled by light in one year, this distance directly translates to the time taken f (MORE)

Where is Arcturus located?

Arcturus (Alpha Boötis) is the brightest star in the constellation Boötes. Coordinates are 14 h 15 m 39.7 s , +19° 10′ 56 See related link for wikisky

Where is Arcturus?

Arcturus can be found at the bottom of the constellation Boötes (See related link for a star map). For more precise details it can be found at

Who was arcturus?

Arcturus is a star created by Zeus to protect the nearby constellations Arcas and Callisto. Or: Icarius, who was instructed by Dionysus in wine making and was killed by (MORE)

What stage is Arcturus in?

Arcturus is in the latter part of a stars life. It is a red giant and it's mass is too low for it to "go" supernova. More than likely it's demise will be similar to our own Su (MORE)