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Achernar: Binary Star at the End of the River
Achernar is a bright, binary star system in the constellation Eridanus, and is the ninth-brightest star in Earth's night sky. The two stars, Achernar A (seven times the mass of the sun) and Achernar B (which is smaller), rotate about 6.
Achernar, at the end of the River
Tonight, find Achernar, the star at the southern end of the River. The chart above is almost just like yesterday's chart. But we've changed our observing location.
Achernar, the star at the southern end of the River
It's from this latitude, or farther south on Earth's globe, that you can see Achernar, the famous star that marks the end of the constellation Eridanus the River. Achernar is very bright.
Júpiter se suma al Día de la Mujer
El planeta Júpiter se encontrará en oposición el próximo día martes 8, coincidiendo este año, con un nuevo aniversario de Achernar-Difusión de la Astronomía y el Día de la Mujer.
Martes 23: ¡A mirar el celo!
Desde Achernar, Difusión de la Astronomía, destacaron que para que se tenga idea habrá “una separación visual de menos de 1 grado, menos del ancho de un dedo con la mano extendida al cielo”. Esto se producirá con las lejanas estrellas de fondo de la ...

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