|Magnitude 4.9||Constellation Lupus|
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1 Lupi (1 Lup) is a solitary giant star in the southern constellation of Lupus. Its apparent magnitude is 4.90, which indicates it is faintly visible to the naked eye. Based on parallax measurements made by the Hipparcos spacecraft, this star is approximately 2,000 light years from Earth.
The spectral classification of this star is F1III, which suggests it is an F-type that has evolved away from the main sequence and expanded into a giant star. It has a mass around seven times that of the Sun, but a luminosity 2,900 times greater. The estimated age of the star is around 47 million years.