Tucana

Eridanus (corner) Tucana is not a prominent constellation as all of its stars are third magnitude or fainter; the brightest is Alpha Tucanae with an apparent visual magnitude of 2.87. Beta Tucanae is a star system with six member stars, while Kappa is a quadruple system. Five star systems have been found to have exoplanets to date. The constellati...
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Tucana

noun a large faint constellation in the southern hemisphere containing most of the Small Magellanic Cloud
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Tucana

(abbr. Tuc, gen. Tucanae) The Toucan; a small constellation of the southern circumpolar region. See below for details of the constellation's brightest stars and interesting deep sky objects. Tucana. © 2003 Torsten Bronger. Copied here under the terms of the GNU Fre...
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Tucana

[AK-88] ``Tucana`` (AK-88) was never commissioned and thus never bore the USS designation. She was transferred upon launching on 13 September 1944 to the U.S. Army as the U.S. Army Engineer Port Repair ship Arthur C. Ely. == Service career == AK-88 was originally authorized under Maritime Commission contract (MC hull 651) and assigned the n...
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Tucana

[Chinese astronomy] The modern constellation Tucana is not included in the Three Enclosures and Twenty-Eight Mansions system of traditional Chinese uranography because its stars are too far south for observers in China to know about them prior to the introduction of Western star charts. Based on the work of Xu Guangqi and the German Jesuit ...
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Tucana

English name: The Toucan. Genitive name: Tucanae. Visibility: Never visible from the UK. See TABLE 20: THE CONSTELLATIONS.
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Tucana

[n] - a large faint constellation in the southern hemisphere containing most of the Small Magellanic Cloud
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