Denebola distance from earth

Denebola shows a strong infrared excess , which most likely means there is a circumstellar debris disk of cool dust in orbit around it. [18] As the solar system is believed to have formed out of such a disk, Denebola and similar stars such as Vega and Beta Pictoris may be candidate locations for extrasolar planets . The dust surrounding Denebola has a temperature of about 120 K (−153 °C). Observations with the Herschel Space Observatory have provided resolved images, which show the disk to be located at a radius of 39  astronomical units from the star, or 39 times the distance from the Earth to the Sun. [19]

Denebadigege was used in the Alfonsine Tables , [26] other variants include Deneb Adige , Denebedigege and Arided . This latter name was derived from Al Ridhādh , a name for the constellation. Johann Bayer called it Arrioph , derived from Aridf and Al Ridf , 'the hindmost' or Gallina . German poet and author Philippus Caesius termed it Os rosae , or Rosemund in German, or Uropygium – the parson's nose. [8] The names Arided and Aridif have fallen out of use.

Denebola distance from earth

denebola distance from earth

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