Kochab

(from the article `navigation`) ...circle around the celestial pole, but the necessary correction (as much as 312┬░ in the 15th century) could be applied by noting the position of ...
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Kochab

(Beta Ursae Minoris) Ursa Minor, with Kochab labeled The second brightest star in the constellation Ursa Minor, marking the top and front of the Little Dipper. Its Arabic name (also given as Kocab) is obscure and may simply mean 'star.' Together with the other bowl sta...
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