What is the list of stars in the constellation Draco?
your moms in the constellation draco
the constellation Draco has 17 stars some people say it is 14.
There are no really bright stars in Draco. The 2 brightest stars in the constellation Draco are Eltanin and Thuban (Alpha Draconis).
The constellation Draco was named because it looks like a dragon. It is made up of dozens of stars including Thuban which is known as the dragon's tail.
14 main stars. 76 "bayer" stars
Draco is a constellation, a collection of stars, so it's impossible to give a temperature.
It is A constellation- which is a grouping or stars that was named Draco and that is where JK Rowlimg go the name
Draco, or "The Dragon", is located in the northern sky and is never seen from the southern hemisphere. There are 17 main stars in the constellation.
a chain of stars
There are over 76 listed stars in the constellation. Every stellar class through O -> M is on the constellation. So every type of star.
There are three commonly known stars in the Draco constellation. Alpha Draconis is better known as Thuban. Beta Draconis is better known as Rastaban. Gamma Draconis is better known as Etamin.
Draco is circumpolar, meaning it never sets. It also contains many double stars.
Please remember that a constellation is, roughly speaking, a direction in the sky, and that the area covered by a constellation includes trillions of stars (at least), that are unrelated to one another. Thus, any individual constellation will have all sorts of stars.
3,930 degrees kelvin. one of the coolest/coldest stars in the constellation
You can't list "all the stars" in a constellation; there are billions upon billions of them.
There are at least 1.14 billion galaxies in the Draco constellation (with billions of stars, planets, and moons in each one; as well as asteroids and nebulae). Their light has taken 13 billion years to reach Earth.
The word "Draco" is Latin for "Dragon" The constellation Draco was discovered by Claudius Ptolemaeus
The constellation of Grus has 7 main stars. See related link for a full list of stars in Grus.
Draco means dragon and it is the oldest constellation
You can find a list of them in the Wikipedia article "Cancer (constellation)", under the section "main stars".
Draco is a constellation located in the northern sky. The name Draco means "dragon" in Latin. The constellation originated in Greek mythology.
Draco is a dragon.
You can find a list in the Wikipedia. Search for "List of stars in Phoenix". The list includes links for some notable stars.
Not really, but depends on what you classify as major. There are no well known stars in the constellation. See related link for a full list of stars in Aries.
Draco means Dragon
Draco circles the pole and so as the Earth rotates all the pyramids and towers have used its stars to count the hours of the seasons. Thuban the pole star of 2170bc is Alpha Dragon.
The constellation Draco cannot be seen anywhere in Queensland, as it is visible only from northern latitudes.
Draco Malfoy was named after the star constellation.
There are still some unanswered questions about the constellation draco. Many want to know how it happened and if the black hole had any effect on the constellation.
what are special features in the draco star
Because it looks like a dragon and Draco in Latin means "Dragon"!
Hundreds. See related link for a list
Draco is a constellation - a direction in space, basically. You can indicate a distance to an individual star, but a distance to a constellation doesn't make sense.
1.Draco is a circumpolar constellation. 2.In ancient times, people thought that the earth revolved around Draco because one its stars, Thuban, was the north star at that point in time. 3.Draco is dragon in Latin. 4. Draco can only be seen from the northern hemisphere. 5. In Greek mythology, Draco was the guardian of the garden of Hesperedes to protect the golden apples.
Because draco is the Latin word for dragon and the constellation allegedly looks like a dragon.
Draco is a constellation and thus made up of many stars with different distances. The brightest is Gamma Draconis (γ Dra / γ Draconis) It has the traditional name Eltanin (also Etamin). Eltanin is an orange giant lying 148 light years away. The closest is Struve 2398 which is a binary star system. Both stars are red dwarfs lying 11.5 light years away.
The constellation 'Draco'. 'Draco' in Latin means 'dragon'. In Greek myths, 'Draco' would have represented the dragon Ladon that guarded the garden of the Hesperides and the golden apples.
Draco, the constellation, got its name in 1944 and is a mythological name like Orion or The Big Dipper. It is a beautiful constellation but is only seen at high lattitudes.
Thuban, Rastaban, Etamin, Nodus Secundus, Tyl, Aldhibah, Ed Asich, Gianfar, Arrakis, Kuma, Grumium, Alsafi, and Dsiban.
Draco is a constellation that is located in the northern sky. It can be seen year round from the northern hemisphere.
Draco means dragon in Latin and the longer version is Draconis.
The Greek Gods
Draco the Dragon!
I believe Draco (Latin for dragon) is a constellation, and I'd only assume it is a dragon.
The Cat's Eye Nebula appears in the constellation of Draco.
All constellations are imaginary diagrams formed by patterns of many stars - each one it's own unique distance from Earth. So a constellation isn't a particular distance from Earth - as the stars only look like they're next to each other from our perspective here on Earth.
The constellation Gemini has different stars, with different brightnesses. The constellation Gemini has different stars, with different brightnesses. The constellation Gemini has different stars, with different brightnesses. The constellation Gemini has different stars, with different brightnesses.
No constellation has 12 stars. A constellation is basically a general direction in space, so each constellation has untold trillions of stars.
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