HD 108147 - Constellation, Apparent magnitude, Star, Crux, Main sequence, Stellar classification, Geneva Extrasolar Planet Search
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. HD 108147 is a 7th magnitude star in the constellation of Crux in direct line with and very near to the bright star Acrux or Alpha Crucis. It is either a yellow-white or yellow dwarf, slightly brighter and more massive than our Sun. The spectral type is F8 V or G0 V. The star is also younger than the Sun. Due to its distance, about 130 light years, it is too dim to be visible with unaided eye; with binoculars it is an easy target. However, due to its southerly location it is not visible in the northern hemisphere except for the tropics.
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