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What kind of star is Alpheratz?

Alpheratz (traditional name Alpha Andromedae ) is the brightest star in the constellation of Andromeda, located 97 light years from the Earth . This star is appear to be a single star with naked eye but it is a binary… Full Answer

What type of star is Alpheratz?

Alpha Andromedae (Alpheratz, Alpherat, Sirrah or Sirah is the brightest star in the constellation of Andromeda. It is actually a binary system composed of two stars in close orbit. The primary star has a spectral type of B8 and is… Full Answer

What is the brightest star in Andromeda?

Alpha Andromedae (Alpheratz, Alpherat, Sirrah, Sirah), is the brightest star in the constellation of Andromeda with an apparent magnitude of between +2.22 and 4.21 (This is because it is a variable star) See related link for more information.

Are there mountains in the Arctic?

yes, there are mountains in the arctic like Mt erebus etc {| width="100%" |- valign="top" | * [[wiki/Abbott Spur|Abbott Spur]] * [[wiki/Mount Abbs|Mount Abbs]] * [[wiki/Mount Abrams|Mount Abrams]] * [[wiki/Mount Absalom|Mount Absalom]] * [[wiki/Acarospora Peak|Acarospora Peak]] * [[wiki/Mount Achala|Mount Achala]]… Full Answer