Alpha Centauri is the brightest star in the southern constellation of Centaurus and is currently inside the G-cloud. Although it appears to the unaided eye as a single object, Alpha Centauri is actually a binary star system (designated Alpha Centauri AB or á Cen AB) whose combined visual magnitude of −0.27 makes it the third-brightest star in the night sky after the −1.46 magnitude Sirius and the −0.72 magnitude Canopus. Its individual component stars are named Alpha Centauri A (á Cen A), with 110% of the mass and 151.9% the luminosity of the Sun, and Alpha Centauri B (á Cen B), at 90.7% of the Sun's mass and 44.5% of its luminosity. During the pair's 79.91-year orbit about a common center, the distance between them...
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