Alpha Telescopii

Alpha Telescopii
α Telescopii
Données d'observation
(Époque J2000.0)
Ascension droite 18h 26m 58,4s
Déclinaison -45° 58′ 06″
Constellation Télescope
Magnitude apparente +3,49
Magnitude absolue  ?
Distance 249 ± 14 al
(76 ± 4 pc)
Type spectral B3IV
Autres désignations
HR 6897, HD 169467, CD-46 12379, HIP 90422, SAO 229023, FK5 691, GC 25154

Alpha Telescopii (α Tel / α Telescopii) est l'étoile la plus brillante de la constellation du Télescope.

C'est une sous-géante bleue-blanche de type spectral B3IV et de magnitude apparente 3,49. Elle est à environ 250 années-lumière de la Terre.

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