Aldebaran

Aldebaran ən (α Tau, α Tauri, Alpha Tauri) is an orange giant star located about 65 light years away in the zodiac constellation of Taurus. With an average apparent magnitude of 0.87 it is the brightest star in the constellation and is one of the brightest stars in the nighttime sky. The name Aldebaran is Arabic (الدبران al-dabarān) and...
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Aldebaran

[n] - the brightest star in Taurus
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Aldebaran

• (n.) A red star of the first magnitude, situated in the eye of Taurus; the Bull`s Eye. It is the bright star in the group called the Hyades.
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aldebaran

<astronomy> A red star of the first magnitude, situated in the eye of Taurus; the Bull's Eye. It is the bright star in the group called the Hyades. 'Now when Aldebaran was mounted high Above the shiny Cassiopeia's chair.' (Spenser) ... Origin: Ar. Al-debaran, fr. Dabar to follow; so called because this star follows upon the Pleiades. ... Sour...
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Aldebaran

noun the brightest star in Taurus
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Aldebaran

(Alpha Tauri) Aldebaran and the Hyades. Photo: © T. Credner & S. Kohle, AlltheSky.com The brightest star in the constellation Taurus, the thirteenth brightest star in the sky, the most luminous star within 100 light-years of the Sun, and one of the nearest red gi...
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Aldebaran

Al·deb'a·ran noun [ Arabic al- debarān , from dabar to follow; so called because this star follows upon the Pleiades.] (Astron.) A red star of the first magnitude, situated in the eye of Taurus; the Bull's Eye. It is the bright star in the group called the Hyades. « N...
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Aldebaran

A star of the first magnitude in the constellation of Taurus
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Aldebaran

Aldebaran (ăl"deb'urun) , brightest star in the constellation Taurus; Bayer designation α Tauri; 1992 position R.A. 4h35.5m, Dec. +16°30'. An orange giant star (spectral class K5 III) with apparent magnitude averaging 0.85, it is one of the 20 brightest stars in the sky. ...
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Aldebaran

Aldebaran is a star of the first magnitude, forming the eye of the constellation Taurus or the Bull, the brightest of the five stars known to the Greeks as the Hyades. Spectrum analysis has shown it to contain antimony, bismuth, iron, mercury, hydrogen, sodium, calcium, etc.
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Aldebaran

Brightest star in the constellation Taurus and the 14th-brightest star in the night sky; it marks the eye of the `bull`. Aldebaran is a red giant 65 light years away from the Sun, shining with a true luminosity of about 100 times that of the Sun
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Aldebaran

In Arabian mythology, Aldebaran was the sun.
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Aldebaran

reddish giant star in the constellation Taurus. Aldebaran is one of the 15 brightest stars, with an apparent visual magnitude of 0.86. Its diameter ... [3 related articles]
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Aldebaran

The Aldebaran was an Italian Climene Class destroyer of 642 tons displacement, launched in 1936. The Aldebaran was powered by two 3-drum type oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 34 knots, and carried a complement of 94. She was armed with three 3.9 inch guns; six 37 mm anti-aircraft guns; two 13 mm anti-aircraft guns; two depth charge thro...
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