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.
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