Deneb, also known as Arided, Aridif, Gallina, Arrioph, α Cygni, 50 Cygni, BD+44°3541, FK5 777, HD 197345, HIP 102098, HR 7924 and SAO 49941, is a Blue White Supergiant first-magnitude star located inside The Cygnus Constellation. Deneb has a mass of 19 Solar Masses, a radius of 203 Solar Radiuses and a luminosity of 196,000 Solar Luminosities. Deneb has a temperature of 8525 Kelvin and a surface gravity of 1.10 Centimetre-gram-second system of units. Deneb is 2615 Light Years from The Sun. Deneb is the 19th Birghtest Star in THe Night Sky.
Profile of Deneb
Deneb is also known as The Summer Triangle and The Head of The Northern Cross. Deneb is 2620 Light Years from Earth. Deneb is the most luminous First-Magnitude Star in the night sky. In Deneb's early life, it was an )-type Main Sequence star, meaning it's luminosity was class V.
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