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.
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