WR 25, also known as HD 93162, 2MASS J10441038-5943111, Hen 3-478, SAO 238408, XMMU J104410.3-594311, CD-59°3282,PPM 339385, PPM 339385, Trumpler 16 177, GSC 08626-01989 and UBV 9882, is a binary star system located in the Carina constellation. WR 25 has a mass of 98 Solar Masses, a radius of 20.24 Solar Radius, a luminosity of 2,400,000 Solar Luminosity, an orbital period of 207.85 Earth Days and a temperature of 50,100 Kelvin or 49827 degrees Celsius or 89720 degrees Fahrenheit. WR 25 is located 6425.281 Light Years from Earth inside The Carina Nebula.
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The Main Star of WR 25 is 2.4 Million Fold the brightest of The Sun. WR 25 contains a Wolf-Rayet Stars, giving it the name WR 25.
Noifasui, also known as Kalsiar or HD 117618 b is an exo planet orbitting the star HD 117618 located in The Centaurus Constellation. Noifasui has a mass of 0.178 ± 0.021 Jovian Mass/ Jupiter Mass or 56.5 Earth Mass with an average orbital speed of 74.4 meters per second and an orbital period of 25.827 ± 0.019 Earth Days or 0.070709 Earth Years.
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Noifasui was discovered on September 16th, 2004 by Welsh Astronomer Chris G. Tinney, American Astronomer Robert Paul Butler and American Astronomer Geoffrey William Marcy at the Anglo-Australian Observatory. The name Noifasui was given to HD 117618 b by The International Astronomical Union. Noifasui is a gas giant 1/5th the size of Jupiter.
Sneden's Star, also known as BPS CS 22892-0052 or HE 2214-1654, is an Old Population II Star located inside the Aquarius Constellation. Sneden's star has mass of 1.13 Solar Masses, a radius of 13.8 Solar Radius and a surface gravity of 1.15 Centimetre-gram-second system of units. Sneden's Star is 13 Billion Years Old and has temperature of 4690 Kelvin or 4417 degrees Celsius or 7982 degrees Fahrenheit. Sneden's Star is around 17,000 Light Years from Earth.
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Sneden's Star was discovered in 1995 by American Astrophysicist Timothy C. Beers using the Curtis Schmidt Telescope in Chile. Over the years of it's knowing-of, Sneden's Star has been observed to contain 53 Elements inside of it, which is only beaten by The Sun as far as observed chemical elements goes.
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