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The name means "glowing" in Greek — a fitting description, as only a few planets, the full moon and the International Space Station outshine this star.
Because Sirius is so bright, it was well-known to the ancients. But the discovery of a companion star, Sirius B, in surprised astronomers.
The star that you can see with the naked eye is called Sirius A, or sometimes just Sirius. In this article, we will clearly state when we are talking about Sirius B.
Sirius B is 10,times dimmer than Sirius. It's so dim, and therefore so difficult to see from Earth, that astronomers couldn't estimate its mass until , thanks to data from the Hubble Space Telescope.
Sirius is highly visible in the Northern Hemisphere's winter night sky, because the star has a high luminosity , or intrinsic brightness, relativeto other stars, and because it's relatively close to Earth 8.
If the star were placed next to our sun, Sirius would outshine it more than 20 times over. To find Sirius, use the belt of Orion as a pointer.
The belt's three stars point downward toward Sirius to the left. The three brightest stars in the sky — Sirius , Canopus and Alpha Centauri — all lie in the southern celestial hemisphere.
Other than Sirius , the brightest visible stars from locations in mid-northern latitudes are Arcturus , Vega and Capella , the three brightest stars of the northern sky.
The brightest stars in the sky change over time. Sirius became the brightest star about 90, years ago, taking over from Canopus , and will keep the title for another , years, when Vega takes over.
Sirius will reach its maximum brightness at magnitude Canopus was the brightest star in the sky three times in the last 5 million years and will be the brightest star again in , years, when it takes over from Vega.
It will be succeeded by Menkalinan Beta Aurigae in about , years. The brightest of the historical brightest stars in the last five million years were Adhara Epsilon Canis Majoris , which peaked at magnitude The bright giant has since moved to a distance of light years and is still the second brightest star in the sky.
The only star that will shine brighter than Sirius in the next 5 million years is Delta Scuti, which will peak at magnitude Currently located light years away, the variable giant will succeed Menkalinan as the brightest star in about 1,, years, when it comes within 10 light years of the solar system if it maintains its current course and brightness.
The sixth brightest star in the sky is Capella. Its name means "little she-goat" in Latin, and it was charted by many ancient cultures, including the Greeks, Egyptians, and others.
Capella is a yellow giant star, like our own Sun, but much larger. Astronomers classify it as a type G5 and know that it lies some 41 light-years away from the Sun.
Capella is the brightest star in the constellation Auriga, and is one of the five bright stars in an asterism called the "Winter Hexagon".
Rigel is an interesting star that has a slightly dimmer companion star that can be easily seen through telescopes.
Rigel's name comes from the Arabic word for "foot" and it is indeed one of the feet of the constellation Orion, the Hunter.
Astronomers classify Rigel as a Type B8 and have discovered it is part of a four-star system. It, too, is part of the Winter Hexagon and is visible from October through March each year.
Procyon is the eighth brightest star night sky and, at It's classified as a Type F5 star, which means it's slightly cooler than the Sun. The name "Procyon" is based on the Greek word "prokyon" for "before the Dog" and indicates that Procyon rises before Sirius the dog star.
Procyon is a yellow-white star in the constellation Canis Minor and is also part of the Winter Hexagon. It's visible from most parts of both the northern and hemispheres and many cultures included it in their legends about the sky.
The ninth-brightest star night sky is Achernar. This bluish-white supergiant star lies about light-years from Earth and is classified a Type B star.
It's part of the Southern Hemisphere skies, but can be seen from some parts of the Northern Hemisphere such as the southern United States and southern Europe and Asia.
Betelgeuse is the tenth-brightest star in the sky and makes the upper left shoulder of Orion, the Hunter. It's a red supergiant classified as a type M1, is about 13, times brighter than our Sun.
Betelgeuse lies some 1, light-years away. The name comes from the Arabic term "Yad al-Jauza," which means "arm of the mighty one".
It was translated as "Betelgeuse" by later astronomers. To get an idea of how large this star is, if Betelgeuse were put at the center of our Sun, its outer atmosphere would extend past the orbit of Jupiter.
It's so large because it has expanded as it ages. Eventually, it will explode as a supernova sometime in the next few thousand years.
No one is quite sure exactly when that explosion will occur.