Difference between revisions of "Beta Hydri"
(New page: ===Celestial Information=== *''Distance from Sol:'' 24.4 ly *''Type of System:'' Unknown *''Color:'' Unknown *''Right Ascension:'' 00h 25m 45.1s *''Declination:'' -77° 15′ 15″ ===Inf...)
Revision as of 20:38, 24 April 2007
- Distance from Sol: 24.4 ly
- Type of System: Unknown
- Color: Unknown
- Right Ascension: 00h 25m 45.1s
- Declination: -77° 15′ 15″
Beta Hydri is considered by some people to be the real-life version of the Vasuda system. In the astronomical sense, it is a star in the constellation Hydrus (not Hydra), and is also being examined closely, as it may give us a look at what may ultimately happen to our own sun.