List of All 110 Messier Objects
1. Crab Nebula(M1)
2. NGC 7089 (M2)
3. NGC 5272 (M3)
4. NGC 6121 (M4)
5. NGC 5904 (M5)
6. Butterfly Cluster (M6)
7. Ptolemy Cluster (M7)
8. Lagoon Nebula (M8)
9. NGC 6333(M9)
10. NGC 6254 (M10)
11. Wild Duck Cluster (M11)
12. NGC 6218 (M12)
13. Great Globular Cluster in Hercules (M13)
14. NGC 6402 (M14)
15. NGC 7078 (M15)
16. Eagle Nebula (M16)
17. Omega, Swan, Horseshoe or Lobster Nebula (M17)
18. NGC 6613 (M18)
19. NGC 6273 (M19)
20. Trifid Nebula (M20)
21. NGC 6531 (M21)
22. Sagittarius Cluster (M22)
23. NGC 6494 (M23)
24. Sagittarius Star Cloud (M24)
25. IC 4725 (M25)
26. NGC 6694 (M26)
27. Dumbbell Nebula (M27)
28. NGC 6626 (M28)
29. Cooling Tower (M29)
30. NGC 7099 (M30)
31. Andromeda Galaxy (M31)
32. NGC 221 (M32)
33. Triangulum Galaxy (M33)
34. NGC 1039 (M34)
35. NGC 2168 (M35)
36. NGC 1960 (M36)
37. NGC 2099 (M37)
38. NGC 1912 (M38)
39. NGC 7092 (M39)
40. Winnecke 4 (M40)
41. NGC 2287 (M41)
42. Orion Nebula (M42)
43. De Mairan's Nebula (M43)
44. Beehive Cluster (M44)
46. NGC 2437 (M46)
47. NGC 2422 (M47)
48. NGC 2548 (M48)
49. NGC 4472 (M49)
50. NGC 2323 (M50)
51. Whirlpool Galaxy (M51)
52. NGC 7654 (M52)
53. NGC 5024 (M53)
54. NGC 6715 (M54)
55. NGC 6809 (M55)
56. NGC 6779 (M56)
57. Ring Nebula (M57)
58. NGC 4579 (M58)
59. NGC 4621 (M59)
60. NGC 4649 (M60)
61. NGC 4303 (M61)
62. NGC 6266 (M62)
63. Sunflower Galaxy (M63)
64. Black Eye Galaxy (M64)
65. Leo Triplet NGC 3623 (M65)
66. Leo Triplet NGC 3627 (M66)
67. NGC 2682 (M67)
68. NGC 4590 (M68)
69. NGC 6637 (M69)
70. NGC 6681 (M70)
71. NGC 6838 (M71)
72. NGC 6981 (M72)
73. NGC 6994 (M73)
74. Phantom Galaxy (M74)
75. NGC 6864 (M75)
76. Little Dumbbell Nebula (M76)
77. Cetus A (M77)
78. NGC 2068 (M78)
79. NGC 1904 (M79)
80. NGC 6093 (M80)
81. Bode's Galaxy (M81)
82. Cigar Galaxy (M82)
83. Southern Pinwheel Galaxy (M83)
84. NGC 4374 (M84)
85. NGC 4382 (M85)
86. NGC 4406 (M86)
87. Virgo A (M87)
88. NGC 4501 (M88)
89. NGC 4552 (M89)
90. NGC 4569 (M90)
91. NGC 4548 (M91)
92. NGC 6341 (M92)
93. NGC 2447 (M93)
94. Croc's Eye or Cat's Eye (M94)
95. NGC 3351 (M95)
96. NGC 3368 (M96)
97. Owl Nebula (M97)
98. NGC 4192 (M98)
99. NGC 4254 (M99)
100. NGC 4321 (M100)
101. Pinwheel Galaxy (M101)
102. Spindle Galaxy (M102)
103. NGC 581 (M103)
104. Sombrero Galaxy (M104)
105. NGC 3379 (M105)
106. NGC 4258 (M106)
107. NGC 6171 (M107)
108. NGC 3556 (M108)
109. NGC 3992 (M109)
110. NGC 205 (M110)
Ogma, also known as HD 149026, Ogma, BD+38°2787, GSC 03063-01587, HIP 80838 and SAO 65349, is a Yellow Subgiant star located inside The Hercules Constellation. Ogma has a planet orbiting it called b Smetrios. Ogma has a mass of 1.345 Solar Masses, a radius of 1.541 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 3.03 Solar Luminosities. Ogma has a surface gravity of 4.189 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 6147 Kelvin. Ogma is 2.6 Billion Years Old. Ogma is 250 Light Years from The Sun.
Peacock Star, also known as Peacock, α-Pav, HR 7790, HD 193924, NSV 13060, HIP 100751, CD-57° 9674, FK5 764, SAO 246574 and TYC 8785-1898-1, is a Binary Star located inside The Pavo Constellation. Peacock has a mass of 5.91 Solar Masses, a radius of 4.83 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 2200 Solar Luminosities. Peacock has a surface gravity of 3.94 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 17,711 Kelvin. Peacock Star is 48 Million Years Old. Peacock is 179 Light Years from The Sun.
Navi, also known as Gamma Cassiopeiae, Tsih, γ Cas, 27 Cassiopeiae, ADS 782, BD+59°144, FK5 32, HD 5394, HIP 4427, HR 264, SAO 11482, WDS 00567+6043 and AAVSO 0050+60, is a subgiant star located inside Cassiopeia Constellation. Navi has a mass of 17 Solar Masses, a radius of 10 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 34,000 Solar Luminosities. Navi has a surface gravity of 3.5 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 25,000 Kelvin. Navi is 8 Million Years Old. Navi is 550 Light Years from The Sun.
Meissa, also known as, λ Orionis, 39 Orionis, 101 G. Orionis, BD+09°879, HIP 26207 and SAO 112921, is a Multiple Star located inside The Orion Constellation. Meissa is 1,100 Light Years away from Earth. The two main stars are Meissa A, an O8 Giant Star and Meissa A, a B-Class Main Sequence Star. Very Cool!
Meissa A, also known as HD 36861 and HR 1879 is a O8 Giant Star. Meissa A has a mass of 279 Solar Masses, a solar radius of 4.2 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 165,000 Solar Luminosities. Meissa A has a surface gravity of 3.9 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 37,689 Kelvin.
Meissa B, also known as HD 36862 and HR 1880, is a B-Class Main Sequence Star. Meissa B has a mass of 10.3 Solar Masses, a radius of 4.2 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 6300 Solar Luminosities. Meissa has a surface gravity of 4.21 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 25,400 Kelvin. Meissa B is 1.8 Million Years Old.
The Atlas Star
The Atlas Star, also known as Atlas, 27 Tau, BD+23° 557, FK5 142, HD 23850, HIP 17847, HR 1178 and SAO 76228 is a Triple Star system located inside The Taurus Constellation. The Atlas star is a part of The Pleiades Star Cluster or M45. The Atlas Star can be split precisely to Atlas A and Atlas B, Atlas C is not precise enough for specific measurements.
Atlas A has a mass of 4.74 Solar Masses and a radius of 2 Solar Radiuses. Atlas A has a surface gravity of 3.483 centimeter-gram-second system of units and temperature of 13,446 Kelvin.
Atlas B has a mass of 3.42 Solar Masses.
Maia, also known as 20 Tauri, HR 1149, BD+23°516, HD 23408, HIP 17573, SAO 76155, GC 4500, NSV 01279 and WDS J03458+2422, is a Blue Giant Star located inside The Taurus Galaxy. Maia fourth brightest star inside M45 or The Pleiades Star Cluster. Maia has a mass of 5 Solar Masses, a radius of 6.04 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 850 Solar Luminosities. Maia has a temperature of 12,600 Kelvin.
Maia in The Classical World
In The Traditional Classical World Religion, Maia was the oldest of the seven sister known as The Pleiades. The Pleiades were the daughters of Atlas, The Titan who was punished by Zeus to hold the weight of The Universe on his back. Maia, in fact, was impregnated by The King of The gods, Zeus, and begot The Messenger god, Hermes.
La Superba, also known as The Superb, Y Canum Venaticorum, HR 4846, HD 110914, BD+46°1817, FK5 1327, HIP 62223, SAO 44317, GC 17342 and 152 Schjellerup, is a Red Giant Star located inside The Canes Venatici Constellation. La Superba is a carbon star giving it a Super Red Color. La Superba might hath a mass of 3 Solar Masses, a radius of 307 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 4853 Solar Radiuses. La Superba has a temperature of 2750 Kelvin. La Superba is 760 Light Years from The Sun.
Hamal, also known as Hemal, Ras Hammel, El Nath, Arietis, α Ari, Alpha Arietis, Alpha Ari, 13 Arietis, 13 Ari, BD+22 306, FK5 74, GC 2538, GJ 84.3, GJ 9072, HD 12929, HIP 9884, HR 617, LTT 10711, NLTT 7032, PPM 91373 and SAO 75151, is a Red Giant Star located inside The Aries Constellation. Hamal is the brightest star inside The Aries Constellation and 50th Brightest Star in the night sky. Hamal has a mass of 1.5 Solar Masses, a radius of 14.9 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 91 Solar Luminosities. Hamal has a surface gravity of 2.57 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 4480 Kelvin. Hamal is 3.4 Billion Years Old. Hamal is 65.8 Light Years from The Sun.
The World is a complex place; with many moving parts that we still, to this day, do not understand. One of the reasons, is due to The World constantly changing on the Microscale to The Macroscale. Some Macroscale things include The Ice Age ceases to be, an Asteroid hitting The Earth and wiping out The Dinosaurs and Pangea splitting into Today's World's continents. Some of the microscale things include, it raining, it snowing, heat waves and hurricanes; things living and things dying; and the changes in, The Seasons!
The Four Seasons are Spring, Summer, Autumn/Fall & Winter. These changes may be micro in scale, but for our livelihoods, its colossal! The Seasons determine wide variety of our own human behavior. These things include when we plant, when we harvest, when wear light vs heavy clothing, what type of beverages we drink, how we celebrate our holidays and alot more! The Seasons in our lives, are indeed, Macroscale.
Spring is considered to be The Season of Aloha. The Season where life sprouts into Creation and new things are made. Plants rise from the ground and animals are born. Spring is a time of warmth and rain, of sunshine and of jovial being. Spring in The Northern Hemisphere is from March 20th to June 20th and September 21st to December 21st in The Southern Hemisphere. Spring is The Aloha Season!
Summer is the time of heat, of melting, of beaches and vacation, the time to have a blast and kick back. Summer is hot, there is no denial of that fact. Summer in The Northern Hemisphere begins on June 21st and Ends on September 21st. On The Southern Hemisphere, Summer begins on December 21st and End on March 20th.
Autumn or Fall in some places, is the season of cooling down the summer heat, the leaves turn red and fall; the time for pumpkin is here. It's a time of coziness and beauty. Autumn in The Northern Hemisphere begins on September 22nd and Ends on December 20th. In The Southern Hemisphere Fall begins on March 20th and ends on June 20th.
Winter, is cold and icy. The Snow is intense and the ice is solid as rock. Things die and hibernate and growing crops is as easy as jumping to the moon. Winter in The Northern Hemisphere begins on December 21st and Ends on March 19th. In The Southern Hemisphere, Winter begins on June 21st and Ends on December 21st.
Electra, also known as 17 Tauri, BD+23 507, FK5 136, GC 4477, HD 23302, HIP 17499, HR 1142 and SAO 76131, is a Blue-White Giant Star located inside The Taurus Constellation. Electra Third Brightest Star in The Pleiades open star cluster. Electra has a mass of 5 Solar Masses, a radius of 6.06 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 940 Solar Luminosities. Electra has a surface gravity of 3.412 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 13,484 Kelvin. Electra is 115 Million Years Old. Electra is 400 Light Years from Electra.
Castor, also known as α Gem, 66 Geminorum, FK5 287, Gliese 278, HIP 36850 and SAO 60198, is a sextuple star system located inside The Gemini Constellation. Castor is in fact, the second brightest object from The Gemini Constellation. The Six Star that compose of Castor are Castor Aa, Castor Ab, Castor Ba, Castor Bb, Castor Ca and Castor Cb.
Castor Aa and Castor Ab, also known as, BD+32°1581A, PLX 1785.00, HR 2891 and HD 60179, has a mass of 2.76 Solar Masses and a radius of 2.4 Solar Radiuses. Castor Aa and Castor Ab has a surface gravity of 4.2 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 10,286 Kelvin.
Castor Ba and Castor Bb, also known as, BD+32°1581B, HR 2890 and HD 60178, has a mass of 2.98 Solar Masses and a radius of 3.3 Solar Radiuses. Castor Ba and Castor Bb has a surface gravity of 4 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 8842 Kelvin.
Castor Ca and Castor Cb, also known as YY Geminorum and BD +32° 1582, has a mass of 0.5992 Solar Masses, a radius of 0.6191 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 0.0733 Solar Luminosities. Castor Ca and Castor Cb has a surface gravity of 4.6317 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 3820 Kelvin. Castor Ca and Castor Cb is 370 Million Years Old.
Algol, also known as Gorgona, Gorgonea Prima, Demon Star, El Ghoul, β Persei, β Per, 26 Persei, BD+40°673, FK5 111, GC 3733, HD 19356, HIP 14576, HR 936, PPM 45864 and SAO 38592, is a Trio Star System located inside The Perseus Constellation. Algol is The First discovered non-nova variable stars. Algol is 90 Light Years from The Sun. Algol has three stars, these stars are β Per Aa1, β Per Aa2 and β Per Ab.
β Per Aa1
β Per Aa1 has a mass of 3.17 Solar Masses, a radius of 2.73 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 182 Solar Luminosities. β Per Aa1 has a surface gravity of 4 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 13,000 Kelvin. β Per Aa1 is 570 Million Years Old.
β Per Aa2
β Per Aa2 has a mass of 0.7 Solar Masses, a radius of 3.48 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 6.92 Solar Luminosities. β Per Aa2 has a surface gravity of 3.5 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 4500 Kelvin.
β Per Ab
β Per Ab has a mass of 1.76 Solar Masses, a radius of 1.73 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 10 Solar Luminosities. β Per Ab has a surface gravity of 4.5 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 7500 Kelvin.
Profile of The Demon Star
The Earliest account of Algol is in The Ancient Egyptian Calendar for Lucky and Unlucky Days. The name Demon Star being attributed to Algol comes from The Classical World Tradition with The Gorgon; which was a humanoid creatures with serpents for hairs like Medusa; and in Arabic Tradition with The Ghoul;a demon-like humanoid monster who ate upon human flesh.
Canopus, also known as Suhayl, Suhel, Suhail, α Carinae, CPD−52°1941, FK5 245, GC 8302, HD 45348, HIP 30438, HR 2326 and SAO 234480, is a Blue Giant Star located inside The Carina Constellation. Canopus has a mass of 8 Solar Masses, a radius of 71 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 10,700 Solar Luminosities. Canopus has a surface gravity of 1.64 centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 7400 Kelvin. Canopus is 310 Light Years from The Sun.
Fomalhaut, also known as α Piscis Austrini, α PsA, Alpha PsA, 24 Piscis Austrini, CPD −30° 6685, FK5 867, Gl 881, HD 216956, HIP 113368, HR 8728 and SAO 191524, is a Class A Main Sequence Star located inside The Piscis Austrinus Constellation. Fomalhaut is the brightest star inside The Fomalhaut Constellation. Fomalhaut has a mass of 1.92 Solar Masses, a radius of 1.842 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 16.63 Solar Luminosities. Fomalhaut has a surface gravity of 4.21 Centimeter-gram-second system of units and a temperature of 8590 Kelvin. Fomalhaut is 440 Million Years Old. Fomalhaut is 25.13 Light Year from The Sun.
Profile of Fomalhaut
Being only 440 Million Years old, Fomalhaut is a relatively young star, who has a lifespan of 1 Billion Years.
Fomalhaut has a gigantic debris disk like Saturn, except Saturn is a planet and Fomalhaut is a star. Inside Fomalhaut's disk might be a planet or planets. Fomalhaut is one of sixteen star that are a member of The Castor Group. Inner Hot Disk is 0.08 to 0.11 Astronomical Units; Outer Hot Disk is 0.21 to 0.62 Astronomical Units; 10 Astronomical Units Belt is 8 to 12 Astronomical Units; Interbelt Dust Disk is 35 to 133 Astronomical Units; B Dragon is 177 Astronomical Units; Main Belt is 133 to 158 Astronomical Units and The Main Belt Outer Halo is 158 to 209 Astronomical Units.
Barnard's Star, also known as Barnard's Runaway Star, Greyhound of the Skies, BD+04°3561a, GCTP 4098.00, Gl 140-024, Gliese 699, HIP 87937, LFT 1385, LHS 57, LTT 15309, Munich 15040, Proxima Ophiuchi, V2500 Ophiuchi, Velox Barnardi, Vyssotsky 799 and Karmn J17578+046, is a Red Dwarf located inside The Ophiuchus Constellation. Barnard's Star is the fourth-nearest-known individual star to The Sun only being 5.958 Light Years from The Sun. Barnard's Star has a mass of 0.144 Solar Masses, a radius of 0.196 Solar Radiuses and a Luminosity of 0.0035 Solar Luminosities. Barnard's Star has a temperature of 3134 Kelvin. Barnard's Star is 10 Billion Years Old.
Profile of Barnard's Star
Barnard's Star received it's name on February 1st, 2017 by The International Astronomical Union. It is named after American Astronomer Edward Emerson Barnard. Barnard's Star is the most studied Red Dwarf due to it proximity to The Sun. Barnard's Star is believed to be one of The Oldest Stars in The Milky Way Galaxy. In November of 2018, an International Team of World Astronomers presented evidence of a Super Earth orbiting Barnard's Star. Perhaps someday, we could travel to and live on Super Earth. In 1998, Barnard's Star was detected having a Stellar Flare which was strange due to the age of the star, older stars are not expected to have these flare ups.
Rigel, also known as β Orionis, ADS 3823, STF 668, BU 555, H II 33, CCDM J05145-0812 and WDS J05145-081, is a Blue Supergiant Star located inside The Orion Constellation. Rigel is the brightest star in the night sky. Rigel has mass of 21 Solar Masses, a radius of 78.9 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 1.20X10^5 Solar Luminosities. Rigel has a surface gravity of 1.75 Centimetre-Gram-Second System of Units and a temperature of 12,100 Kelvin. Rigel is 8 Megayears old or 8 Million Years Old. Rigel is 860 Light Years from The Sun.
Profile of Rigel
Rigel is around 61,500 fold to 363,000 fold as luminous as The Sun, 18 fold to 24 fold the mass of The Sun and has a radius 70 fold the radius of The Sun. Rigel is believed to is hath lost more mass than 10 Million fold that of The Sun due to Stellar Wind. Rigel is the luminous star in the bounds of 1000 light years from The Sun. Rigel is believed to end up as a Type II Supernova due to its massive size. Rigel is indeed, an absolute unit.
Pollux, also known as β Geminorum, 78 Geminorum, BD+28°1463, GCTP 1826.00, Gliese 286, HD 62509, HIP 37826, HR 2990, LFT 548, LHS 1945, LTT 12065 and SAO 79666, is an Orange-Hued Giant Star located inside The Gemini Constellation. Pollux is the brightest star in Gemini and the closest giant to The Sun. Pollux has a mass of 1.91 Solar Masses, a radius of 9.06 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 32.7 Solar Luminosities. Pollux has a surface gravity of 2.685 Centimetre-Gram-Second System of Units and a temperature of 4586 Kelvin. Pollux is 724 Million Years Old. Pollux is 33.78 Light Years from The Sun.
Profile of Pollux
Pollux is twofold or double the mass of The Sun and ninefold the radius of The Sun. Pollux has evolved from its initial A-Type Main Sequence Star phase due to it using up its hydrogen core. Pollux is believed to possess a Planetary System effectively making it part of a Solar System like ours. The Planet known as Pollux B was found orbiting Pollux on June 16th, 2006. Pollux was observed being 2.3 fold the mass of Jupiter and having a revolution around Pollux of 590 Earth Days.
Denebola, also known as Deneb Aleet, β Leonis, 94 Leo, BD+15°2383, FK5 444, GCTP 2738.00, GJ 448, HD 102647, HIP 57632, HR 4534, LHS 2462, LTT 13249 and SAO 99809, is an A-Type Main Sequence Star located in The Leo Constellation (Lion Constellation). Denebola has a mass of 1.78 Solar Masses, a radius of 1.728 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 15 Solar Luminosities. Denebola has a surface gravity of 4.0 Centimetre-Gram-Second System of Units and a temperature of 8500 Kelvin. Denebola is is about 100 Million Years Old to 380 Million Years Old. Denebola is 36 Light Years from The Sun.
Profile of Denebola
Denebola is almost to two fold the mass of The Sun and 15 fold the luminosity of The Sun. Denebola is the second-brightest star in The Leo Constellation. The Traditional Name in Arabic, Denebola, is a condensed name of the full name Deneb Alased, which translated means The Tail of The Lion. Which is cool because Denebola is in The Lion Constellation, Leo Constellation. In Traditional Astrology, Denebola is believed to have inflicted misfortune and dishonor to man. In Ancient China, Chinese Astronomers said that Denebola, known to them as Wǔdìzuò-yī or 五帝座, was the First Star of The Five Star collective known as Seat of The Five Emperors.
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.
The Space Brothers
The concept of Space Brothers can be traced back to the mid-20th century, during a time when UFO sightings and reports of encounters with unidentified flying objects were on the rise. One of the earliest figures associated with the Space Brothers idea is George Adamski, who claimed to have met and communicated with beings from Venus. Adamski's accounts were met with both fascination and skepticism, yet they laid the foundation for the Space Brothers archetype.
According to proponents of the Space Brothers concept, these alien entities are often depicted as advanced, enlightened beings who possess a deep concern for Earth's well-being. They are described as benevolent mentors, offering humanity guidance and wisdom in areas such as spirituality, technology, and environmental stewardship.
While the Space Brothers concept might seem like a fringe idea, it has managed to find its way into various aspects of global culture. From literature and movies to spiritual teachings, the idea of benevolent extraterrestrial mentors has been embraced by different communities.
In the 1950s and 1960s, science fiction literature and B-movies often portrayed alien visitors as friendly Space Brothers who came to Earth to assist humans in times of crisis. These narratives resonated with the era's optimism about space exploration and the potential for interstellar collaboration.
Spiritual movements also picked up on the Space Brothers concept, interpreting it through a more metaphysical lens. Some spiritual leaders and groups believe that these advanced beings are working behind the scenes to guide humanity toward a more enlightened future. They often emphasize messages of unity, love, and the importance of harmonious coexistence with nature.
Implications and Speculations
The Space Brothers concept raises a range of questions and speculations. If these beings do exist, what is their origin? Are they truly benevolent, or might there be more complex motivations behind their interactions with us? The idea also intersects with philosophical inquiries about the nature of advanced civilizations and their potential role in the universe.
From a scientific perspective, the Space Brothers concept faces significant challenges. The distances between stars are vast, making interstellar travel a daunting endeavor. Additionally, the lack of concrete evidence for the existence of advanced extraterrestrial beings hinders its acceptance within the mainstream scientific community.
The notion of Space Brothers presents a captivating blend of science fiction, spirituality, and human imagination. While its origins can be traced back to a time when UFO sightings and reports were abundant, the concept's enduring presence in culture reflects our deep-rooted fascination with the unknown and the possibility of benevolent extraterrestrial guidance. Whether as a source of inspiration for fiction or a philosophical inquiry into our place in the cosmos, the Space Brothers concept reminds us that the universe remains full of mysteries waiting to be explored.
Gacrux, also known as Gacrux, CD−56 4504, γ Crucis, Gl 470, HD 108903, HIP 61084, HR 4763, LTT 4752 andSAO 240019, is a Red Giant Star located inside The Crux Constellation. Gacrux is the 26th brightest star in the night sky. Gacrux has a mass of 1.5 Solar Masses, a radius of 84 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 820 Solar Luminosities. Gacrux has temperature of 3626 Kelvin. Gacrux is 88.6 Light Years from The Sun making it the closest Giant Star to The Sun.
Profile of Gacrux
Gacrux is in its post Main Sequence Star phase and is projected to become a white dwarf at some point in the future just like The Sun. Gacrux is 84 fold the radius of The Sun. Gacrux was known in The Classical World, The Roman World and in Classical China. Gacrux is featured in the flags of some of The Nations of The World. These nations include Brazil, Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
Alpha Pegasi, also known as Markab, Marchab, 54 Pegasi, HR 8781, BD +14°4926, HD 218045, SAO 108378, FK5 871 and HIP 113963, is an A-type subgiant star located in The Pegasus Constellation. Alpha Pegasi is the third-brightest star within the Pegasus Constellation. Alpha Pegasi has a mass of 3 Solar Masses, a radius of 4.72 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 160 Solar Luminosities. Alpha Pegasi has a surface gravity of 3.51 Centimetre-Gram-Second System of Units and a temperature of 9765 Kelvin. Alpha Pegasi is 133 Light Years from The Sun.
Profile of Alpha Pegasi
Alpha Pegasi has used up its hydrogen core and is beginning it's post main sequence part of its life. This has given it a radius five fold that of The Sun. Alpha Pegasi's Traditional name, Markab is Arabic for the The Saddle of the horse.
Capella, also known as Alhajoth, Hokulei, α Aurigae, 13 Aurigae, ADS 3841, BD+45 1077, CCDM J05168+4559, FK5 193, GC 6427, HD 34029, HIP 24608, HR 1708, IDS 05093+4554, LTT 11619, NLTT 14766, PPM 47925, SAO 40186 and WDS 05167+4600, is a quadruple star system made up of the stars Capella Aa, Capella Ab, Capella H and Capella L, located inside The Auriga Constellation. Capella is the brightest star in THe Auriga Constellation and the sixth brightest star in the night sky. Capella is Latin for Little Goat. Capella is shwoned the goat named Amalthea that suckled The King of The gods Zeus in The Classical World.
Capella Aa has a mass of 2.5687 Solar Masses, a radius of 11.98 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 78.7 Solar Luminosities. Capella Aa has a surface gravity of 2.691 Centimetre-Gram-Second System of Units and a Temperature of 4970 Kelvin.
Capella Ab has a mass of 2.4828 Solar Masses, a radius of 8.83 Solar Radiuses and a Luminosity of 72.7 Solar Luminosities. Capella Ab has a surface gravity of 2.941 Centimetre-Gram-Second System of Units and a temperature of 5730 Kelvin.
Capella H, also known as G 96-29, LTT 11622, NLTT 14788, PPM 47938, 2MASS J05172386+4550229, has a mass of 0.57 Solar Masses, a radius of 0.54 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 0.05 Solar Luminosities. Capella H has a surface gravity of 4.75 Centimetre-Gram-Second System of Units and a temperature of 3700 Kelvin.
Capella L, also known as VVO 238 and 2MASS J05172394+4550198, has a mass of 0.53 Solar Masses.
Mizar, also known as ζ Ursae Majoris, ζ UMa, Zeta UMa, 79 Ursae Majoris, BD+55 1598, CCDM J13240+5456, HIP 65378 and WDS J13239+5456, is a second magnitude star located inside The Ursa Major Constellation where it lays in the handle of The Big Dipper. Mizar is located 82.9 Light Years from The Sun. Mizar is in fact, a double star and a quadruple star system with its fainter companion star being Alcor and the four stars it's made of being Mizar Aa, Mizar Ab, ζ1 UMa and ζ2 UMa.
Mizar Aa has a mass of 2.2224 Solar Masses, a radius of 2.4 Solar Radiuses and a Luminosity of 33.3 Solar Luminosities. Mizar Aa has a temperature of 9000 Kelvin and is 370 Million Years Old.
Mizar Ab has a mass of 2.2381 Solar Masses, a radius of 2.4 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 33.3 Solar Luminosities. Mizar Ab has a temperature of 9000 Kelvin. So Mizar Ab has clone-like stats to that of Mizar Aa all except for the mass.
ζ1 UMa has not many stats but does have many other names. These names are GC 18133, HD 116656, HR 5054, PPM 34007 and SAO 28737.
ζ2 UMa, also known as GC 18134, HD 116657, HR 5055 and SAO 28738, has a surface gravity of 4.40 Centimetre-Gram-Second System of Units and a temperature of 8425 Kelvin.
Profile of Mizar
Mizar is called Vashita in Traditional Indian Astronomy, and in Traditional Chinese Taoism, Mizar is titled The Lu Star.
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