Ara, also known as The Altar, is a constellation in the night sky that borders Pavo, Apus, Corona Australis, Norma, Scorpius, Telescopium and Triangulum Australe. Ara has 8 Main Stars and 7 of its star has planets. The brightest star in Ara is Beta Arae.
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Stars within Ara are: Alpha Arae, Beta Arae, Gamma Arae, Zeta Arae, Mu Arae, Delta Arae, Westerlund 1-26, Eta Area, Gliese 674, HD 156411, HD 154857, Gliese 676, HD 154672, HD 152079, Epsilon1 Ara, Theta Arae, HD 158220, GX 339-4, V539 Arae, XTE J1650-500, CXOU J164710.2−455216, HD 149989, HD 153261, HR 6384, HD 160342, 2MASS J18082002−5104378, Westerlund 1-20, SGR 1627-41, Westerlund 1-237, Westerlund 1-75, CD-59 6479, Sigma Arae, Lambda Arae, Iota Arae Pi Arae, Kappa Arae, HD 150136, R Ara, HD 157661, HD 153053, HD 158476, HD 165493, HD 156768, HD 150576, HD 151967, HD 152082, HD 156091, HD 153221, HD 153791 and HD 157819. Galaxie inside of Ara are: NGC 6362, NGC 6215, NGC 6221, NGC 6300 and NGC 6379.
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Ara was introduced in The 100's AD by Roman World Astronomer Ptolemy. It later became an Official Constellation by The International Astronomical Union in Today's World.
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