The King, also known as King, Cepheus and King Cepheus, is a Constellation in Space that borders Draco, Cassiopeia, Ursa Major, Lacerta, Cygnus and Camelopardalis. The King has 7 Main Stars and 1 of its Stars has planets. The brightest star in King is Alderamin (Alpha Cephei).
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The Stars within The King are: Alpha Cephei, Mu Cephei, Beta Cephei, VV Cep, Kruger 60, Xi Cep, V381 Cep, Eta Cephei, Zeta Cephei, 2 Ursae Minoris, Iota Cephei, V354 Cep, RW Cep, Epsilon Cephei, Nu Cephei, V419 Cephei, WR 156, Gliese 809, WISEPA J031325.96+780744.2, HD 221525, Rho2 Cep, Theta Cephei, Omicron Cephei, HD 217382, HD 216446, Pi Cephei, HR 9038, Kappa Cephei, PV Cep, HR 7955, 9 Cep, 11 Cep, HD 12467, HR 8442, 13 Cep, 19 Cep, WX Cep, S Cep, HD 4853, IV Cep, HD 202214, HD 18778, HD 19978, 16 Cep, VW Cep, W Cep, 24 Cep, Lambda Cephei, 7 Cep, U Cep and X Cep. The Galaxies with The King are: NGC 6946, Palomar 1, 3C 61.1, NGC 2300, NGC 2276, IC 455 and IC 1502.
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The King was First Introduced in The 100s AD by The Roman World Astronomer Ptolemy. The King is Based off The Classical World King of Aethiopia, King Cepheus who is The Father of Andromeda and The Husband of Queen Cassiopeia.
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