Alcor, also known as g Ursae Majoris, 80 Ursae Majoris, BD+55 1603, CCDM J13240+5456D, GC 18155, HD 116842, HIP 65477, HR 5062, PPM 34021, SAO 28751 and WDS J13239+5456C, is a binary star system that is fainter companion of the quadruple star system Mizar that is located inside The Ursa Major Constellation. Alcor is 81.7 Light Years from The Sun. Alcor is split inside two camps, Alcor A and Alcor B. Alcor A
Alcor A has a mass of 1.84 Solar Masses, a radius of 1.846 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 14.03 Solar Luminosities. Alcor A has a surface gravity of 4.25 Centimetre-Gram-Second System of Units and a temperature of 8221 Kelvin.
Alcor B has a mass of 0.25 Solar Masses and is 0.5 Billion Years Old. Alcor B is a Main Sequence Red Dwarf.
Profile of Alcor
Alcor A and Alcor B are 1.2 Light Years apart from each other.
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