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70 Virginis

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ARICNS  data
Constellation  Virgo
Magnitude  5
Apparent magnitude (V)  5
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Similar  70 Virginis b, 61 Virginis, 47 Ursae Majoris, 51 Pegasi, Delta Virginis

70 Virginis (abbreviated 70 Vir) is the Flamsteed designation of a yellow dwarf star approximately 59 light-years away in the constellation Virgo. It is rather unusually bright for its spectral type and may be just starting to evolve into the subgiant phase.

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In 1996, 70 Virginis was discovered to have an extrasolar planet in orbit around it. There is also a dust disc with a maximum temperature of 153 K located at a minimum distance of 3.4 AU from the star.

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References

70 Virginis Wikipedia


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