Polaris is the closest of the three stars.
In those list of stars, Alpha Centauri is the closest to the Earth. However, the Sun is the closest of all star to the Earth.
No. The sun is the closest star. The next closest star is Proxima Centauri
Of the stars listed, Alpha Centauri is the nearest star to Earth. But there is one closer; Proxima Centauri is a tiny, dim red dwarf star; "near" Alpha Centauri only by astronomical standards, it is still 3 light MONTHS away. But that's still 3 light months closer to the Sun.
Out of that list, Alpha Centauri is the nearest star to Earth. But there is one closer: Proxima Centauri is a tiny, dim red dwarf star; "near" Alpha Centauri only by astronomical standards, it is still 3 light MONTHS away. But that's still 3 light months closer to the Sun.
yes it is hotter than the sun closest to us [earth]
Antares is about 600 light years from the earth.
For example, Antares and Betelgeuse. (Even though the Sun is not categorized as a supergiant, don't forget that compared to anything on Earth, and to the whole Earth itself, the Sun is not a small thing.)
The sun is the closest star to earth.
antares is about 550 light years away from earth
No. The closest star to Earth is the sun. After that the closest star is Proxima Centauri. Polaris is several hundred light years away, which means a good number of stars are closer.
Brightnest is a factor of luminousity and distance as seen from Earth. (Apparent magnitude)Vega - 0.03.Betelgeuse: 0.42So Betelgeuse is brighter as viewed from Earth.
Size-wise, the Sun is to Betelgeuse as the Earth is to the Sun.
Betelgeuse is about 1,180 times larger the Sun. So Betelgeuse is about 128,620 times bigger than Earth. So as a rough approximation about 2,127,774,087,928,000 Earths could fit into Betelgeuse. That's 2 quadrillion.
After a supernova explosion in Betelgeuse it will definitely become at least a neutron star. However, because of it's mass it's more than likely to become a black hole. If it does, then it will be the closest black hole to Earth.
answer:The light of Antares reaches earth in 600 liht years.
Antares is about 800 times larger than our Sun. The Sun is about 109 times larger than The Earth. So Antares is about 87,200 times larger than The Earth. So you could fit about 663,054,848,000,000 Earths inside Antares. (663 trillion) See related link for a comparison to the Sun
Yes ! The Polaris Moves Comparatively To Earth !The Position Of The Polaris Is Not Constant .
Where on Earth are you if Polaris is on your horizon?
Betelgeuse is 40,473,416.93376 AU' (Astronomical Units) from Earth.
Betelgeuse is approximately 600 light years from Earth.
No, Betelgeuse is about 640 light-years from earth, but some stars are many billions of light-years away.
No Earth will not be different, Polaris has no effect on the Earth whatsoever.
well my reason is that the betelgeuse must be very large , because they said that the betelgeuse is located far from earth .
the sun is a star and it isthecloseststar to the earth, not Polaris