There is more than one star in the Rigel "system". The main star, in terms of brightness, is Rigel A. That has a surface temperature of about 12,000 degrees Celsius.
It is 754.81 milliarcseconds. Also, the star is Rigil Kentaurus, not Rigel which is the name of another star.
Rigel is a binary star system. It was discovered by F.G.W. Struve in 1831. It is the third brightest star system in the night sky.
In the star Rigel, 100,000,000 roughly.
The ancient Arabs.
No, it is not cooler than my sun.
Rigel is a triple star system.
The Rigel star is a star in the Orion constellation. Rigel is the brightest star in the Orion constellation, and it is the seventh brightest star seen in the night's sky.
Rigel is the brightest star in the constellation Orion
Rigel B is also a blue-white star but, unlike Rigel A, it is a main sequence star.
Very much so.
No. Proxima Centauri is the nearest star. Rigel is much further away.
Rigel by far.
Rigel is in the constellation Orion, not Centaurus. Please check your spelling and, if appropriate, resubmit.
No. Rigel's effective temperature is 12100 K compared to the Sun's 5778 K.
Rigel is a star, not a planet, so it does not have a day.
Rigel is brighter than Betelgeuse.