Asterope Star 22 Tauri
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- The Book of the Law, Liber 220, Part I
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- Sunday 28 October 2007
- Oct 28, 2007 Immersion of Taygeta, 19 Tau, SAO 76140 (Multiple star Immersion of Asterope , 21 Tau, SAO 76159, 5.8mag Position. Angle=68.
- Custer Comment
- Aug 6, 2007 August 9:00 PM All-Night Star Party at Montauk Observatory ... magnitude stars 21 & 22 Tauri (“the twinned Asterope”) should also emerge.
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- Star Observers (AAVSO), 152. American Meteor Asterope, 141, 141–142 astrometric Beta Tauri, 93. Betelgeuse, 52 .
- LUNAR SECTION CIRCULAR
- 2008-Aug-28 UT 04:22-04:37 Ill=8% Earthshine: sporadic meteors . 343.1); Sally's between 19:22 and 20:45 UT (Col.
- Ancient Astronomy
- Oct 8, 2004 22. Scientific Method. ● Aristotle.
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- Asterope (star) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The name Asterope or Sterope is shared by two stars, 21 Tauri and 22 Tauri, in the constellation Taurus. They are separated by 0.
- Dictionary - Definition of asterope
- Asterope (star), The name Asterope or Sterope is shared by two stars, 21 Tauri and 22 Tauri, in the constellation Taurus. They are separated by 0.
- (M45) The Pleiades
- Sterope (or Asterope, 21 and 22 Tauri), two stars 5.76 and 6.4 visual magnitude, form a fairly dim top of a small triangle.
- The Pleiades
- The Pleiades star cluster, also known as the Seven Sisters and Messier 45, is a conspicuous object in the Asterope 2, 22 Tauri, 23441, 6.
- Taurus Constellation on Top Astronomer
- The brightest star in the constellation is  alpha Tauri, or Aldebaran ("the ( 28 Tauri),  Celaeno (16 Tauri) and  Asterope (21 and 22 Tauri).
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