Epsilon Aurigae


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Noun1.Epsilon Aurigae - the largest known star
Auriga, Charioteer - a conspicuous constellation in the northern hemisphere; between Great Bear and Orion at edge of Milky Way
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65), approximately halfway between 59 Persei and Epsilon Aurigae. This small cluster is somewhat challenging--several foreground stars on its southern border are brighter.
The previous eclipse record holder was Epsilon Aurigae, a star roughly 2,000 light-years away that dims for about 24 months every 27 years.
The international campaign to observe the 2009-2011 eclipse of Epsilon Aurigae, in which BAA members participated, has been successfully completed.
Scientists have taken close-up pictures of Epsilon Aurigae during its eclipse, which happens every 27 years.
Washington, January 6 (ANI): A team of astronomers has solved a nearly two-century-old mystery of how Epsilon Aurigae, a yellow supergiant star, pulls off its lengthy disappearing act.
Epsilon Aurigae is a very interesting eclipsing binary system that has been intriguing astronomers for more than 150 years.
Remember Epsilon Aurigae? Every 27 years, this naked-eye super-giant star gets eclipsed for months by an enormous, dark something that was a mystery for generations.
The well observed eclipse of epsilon Aurigae was coming to an end with several BAA members having contributed photometric and spectroscopic data to the worldwide campaign.
Epsilon Aurigae is a bright star that can be seen with the unaided eye even in bright urban areas of the Northern Hemisphere from fall to spring.
After a very successful Epsilon Aurigae campaign (S&T: Mar.
Finally Dr Arditti drew attention to the observing campaigns on Epsilon Aurigae and R Corona Borealis, and recent supernova discoveries by Tom Boles and Ron Arbour.