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The light you see from this star started its journey on your birth date.
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poke321
Male, 13-17, Asia
 556 Posts
Sunday, August 26, 2007 9:12:16 PM
Your Birthday Star:

Your birthday star has the common name Giclas 051-015. It is called NS 0829+2646 in the NStars database.

It has visual magnitude 14.9 meaning that you would need a telescope to see this star. It is marked in the center of this star chart, at celestial coordinates (J2000 equinox):

Right ascension 8:29:49.5
Declination 26:46:37

This star is 11.8 light years away, which means that the light we see from it today set off on its journey at about the same time that you were born. Come back in a month or two and your birthday star may change, as the light from more distant stars reaches Earth.


not_alone
Female, 13-17, Southern US
 12 Posts
Sunday, August 26, 2007 4:45:07 PM
Your birthday star is in the constellation Eridanus. It is called 40 Eridani in the Historia Cœlestis Britannica of John Flamsteed and Edmund Halley. It is called NS 0415-0739 A in the NStars database.

It has visual magnitude 4.43 meaning that you could see this star with the naked eye in good viewing conditions. It is marked in the center of this star chart, at celestial coordinates (J2000 equinox):

Right ascension 4:15:16.3
Declination -7:39:10.3

This star is 16.4 light years away, which means that the light we see from it today set off on its journey at about the same time that you were born. Come back in a month or two and your birthday star may change, as the light from more distant stars reaches Earth.


Queen_Jay
Female, 18-29, Eastern US
 238 Posts
Saturday, August 25, 2007 11:35:43 PM
Your birthday star is in the constellation Pavo. It has the name &#948; (Delta) Pavonis in Johann Bayer's Uranometria star catalog. It is called NS 2008-6610 in the NStars database.

sophiemichel
Female, 13-17, Europe
 224 Posts
Saturday, August 25, 2007 8:00:34 PM
Your birthday star is in the constellation Eridanus. It is called 40 Eridani in the Historia Cœlestis Britannica of John Flamsteed and Edmund Halley. It is called NS 0415-0739 A in the NStars database.

It has visual magnitude 4.43 meaning that you could see this star with the naked eye in good viewing conditions. It is marked in the center of this star chart, at celestial coordinates (J2000 equinox):


eleutherarch
Female, 13-17, Europe
 1005 Posts
Saturday, August 25, 2007 6:35:32 AM
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