Beta Herculis Kornephoros 16 30 +21.5 39.0 +40.3 G7III 2.78 -0.50 22.07 1.00 150 128. kornephoros. It culminates at about 12:20am at over 50 degrees elevation. However, soon after his birth, Zeus placed him at the breast of the sleeping Hera, and having suckled the milk of a goddess, Heracles became a demi-god, and thus immortal. It reached peak brightness on 22 December 1934 with an apparent magnitude of 1.5. It has a visual magnitude of about 3.487 and … Alpha Herculis, a red giant star that varies from third to fourth magnitude, is called Rasalgethi, from the Arabic meaning ‘the kneeler’s head’, which it marks. The brightest star in Hercules is the 2.8-magnitude Beta Herculis. Hercules is a member of the Hercules family of constellations, together with Aquila, Ara, Centaurus, Corona Australis, Corvus, Crater, Crux, Cygnus, Hydra, Lupus, Lyra, Ophiuchus, Sagitta, Scutum, Sextans, Serpens, Triangulum Australe and Vulpecula. The maximum magnitude of the system is about 4.7 and the minima alternate between about 5.0 and 5.4. Hercules has no first magnitude stars. De Kornephoros ("Keulendroer") ass de Stär β Herculis (Beta Herculis). Beta Herculis (also known as 27 Herculis or Kornephoros) is a star system, a binary star in the space of the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant. 3,5: RA: 17h 46m 27.62s: Dec: +27° 43' 16.2" pi Herculis: magn. DQ Herculis (or Nova Herculis 1934) was a slow, bright nova occurring in Hercules in December 1934. This was also the time when he performed his famous twelve labors, but in the end he died at the hands of his wife Deianeira, who poisoned him at the instigation of Nessus, a centaur who tricked her into believing that his blood could be turned into a potent love potion that would ensure Heracles’ fidelity. The constellation can be seen by observers located between +90° and -50° of latitude, with the best viewing time for the Northern Hemisphere from April to November, and for the Southern Hemisphere between June and September. One and a half binocular fields east brings you to delta Herculis. Beta Cephei variable stars, such as Becrux, tend to be 10 to 20 times more massive than the sun, said the American Association of Variable Star … Beta Herculis (Beta Her, β Herculis, β Her), which has the traditional name Kornephoros, is the brightest star in the northern constellation of Hercules[12] at a base apparent visual magnitude of 2.81. (fr) Beta Herculis (β Herculis, abbreviated Beta Her, β Her), also named Kornephoros, is a binary star and the brightest star in the northern constellation of Hercules at a base apparent visual magnitude of 2.81. Kornephoros visual magnitude is 2.77. Beta Herculis is a suspected variable star, with a visual magnitude that can rise to 2.76. Unukalhai. Other objects of interest in Hercules includes the planetary nebulae Abell 39 and NGC 6210; the colliding spiral galaxies called Arp 272; and the elliptical galaxy NGC 6166. Beta Herculis (Beta Her, β Herculis, β Her), also called Kornephoros, is the brightest star in Hercules. Other stars of interest in Hercules includes Rasalgethi (alpha Herculis), a variable red giant with a giant yellow-white companion; the orange giant 109 Herculis; the blue subgiant Rukbalgethi Shemali (Tau Herculis); the yellow-white giant Nu Herculis; as well as several dwarf stars, including Gliese 649 (red), 14 Herculis (orange), and HD 155358 (yellow). The solar apex, i.e., the point on the sky which marks the direction that the Sun is moving in its orbit around the center of the Milky Way, is located within Hercules, close to Vega in neighboring Lyra. The Tau Herculids are the sole meteor shower associated with the constellation, and is linked with the periodic comet called 73P/Schwassmann–Wachmann. It is located about 1,000 light-years from Earth. Beta and Delta Herculis, named Kornephoros and Sarin, are his right and left shoulders respectively and his left arm extends towards Lyra. Hercules is a constellation named after Hercules, the Roman mythological hero adapted from the Greek hero Heracles. 30 Herculis, also called g Herculis, is a semiregular red giant with a period of 3 months. Beta Herculis (Kornephoros, Korneforos, Rutilicus, 27 Herculis) é uma estrela na direção da Hercules.Possui uma ascensão reta de 16h 30m 13.26s e uma declinação de +21° 29′ 22.7″. Peter Christoforou Zeus then honored his son by placing him amongst the stars as the constellation now known as Hercules. Mu Herculis is 27.4 light years from Earth. Hercules contains the solar apex, the point on the sky toward which the Sun is moving as it orbits in the Milky Way Galaxy, and The constellation is named after Heracles, the legendary strongman from Greek mythology, with Hercules being his Roman equivalent. Magnitude: 2,77 Details: Spectraalklasse: G7IIIa Afstand * 139,15 lj (P=23,44 mas) Veranderlijk: ja, amplitude 0,05 magnitude Meervoudig: ja, waarschijnlijk optisch dubbel, scheiding 256,2", magnitudeverschil 7,3, A-ster is spectroscopisch dubbel met lange periode. Hercules is the 5th largest constellation, and contains 22 stars which span an impressive 1,225 square degrees of sky. It is a yellow giant of magnitude 2.8, 148 light-years from Earth. Elle est à environ 148 années-lumière de la Terre. It's also a variable star ranging between magnitude 2.7 and 4.0 during a 6-year period that underlies a complex cycle of smaller oscillations over shorter intervals. 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