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 What is the brightest star in the galaxy?

Answer The brightest star in the Milky Way galaxy, according to the Online Web Library, is massive Eta Carinae. It has the light of 4.7 million suns and is the size of 100 suns. However, research on a sta... Read More »
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What is the brightest star in the Big Dipper?

Alioth is the brightest star in the asterism, or familiar star pattern, known as the Big Dipper, which appears like an enormous drinking ladle in the night sky. Alioth has a magnitude of 1.75, acco... Read More »
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What is the brightest star seen by the naked eye?

The brightest star that can be seen by the naked eye is Sirius, the Dog Star. Astronomers measure the brightness of stars in magnitudes, with negative numbers being brighter than positive numbers. ... Read More »
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What is the brightest star in our celestial sphere?

The brightest star visible in the Northern Hemisphere, and in the entire night sky, is Sirius. It is best observed in winter months. It is 23 times brighter than our Sun in absolute terms, and is o... Read More »
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What is the name of the brightest star in the east?

The brightest star in the east, and the fourth brightest star in the sky, is Vega, part of the constellation Lyra the Harp. Vega is a little more than 150 trillion miles from Earth, and the light w... Read More »
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