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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Orion "The Hunter" BetelgeuseM-Type red super giantMagnitude: Apparent:.5 Absolute: -7.2643 LY's from EarthRadius: 5.2 Million KMMass: 20 times the sun's mass RigelB-type blue Super giantMagnitude: Apparent:.12 Absolute: -7.8772 LY's from EarthRadius: 50 million KMMass: 17 time's the sun's mass BellatrixB-Type Blue GiantMagnitude: Apparent: 1.65 Absolute: -2.73260 LY's from EarthRadius: 6 times the Sun's RadiusMass: 8.4 times the Sun's Mass MintakaLarge B-type Blue SupergiantMagnitude: Apparent: 2.25 Absolute:-4.99900 LY's from EarthRadius: 15.8 Solar unitsMass:20 times mass of Sun AlnilamB-Type Blue SupergiantMagnitude: Apparent:1.69 Absolute:-6.391000 LY's from EarthRadius: 10.5 Million MilesMass: 20 times mass of sun AlnitakBlue SupergiantMagnitude: Apparent: 2 Absolute: -5.3800 LY's from EarthRadius: 10 times radius of SunMass: 20 times mass of Sun SaiphRed SupergiantMagnitude: Apparent: 2.1 Absolute: -4.66650 LY's from EarthRadius: 22 times radius of SunMass: 14 times Mass of Sun Orion the StoryOrion is the hunter constellation. Being one of the most well know of the stars, it hasstories in most cultures. His location in space is next to other animalsto symbolize he is a hunter. the story behindthe hunter says that after he was killed, by the arrow of scorpio, he descended to the heavens LocationOrion is located in the first quadrant of the northern hemisphere, and can be seen at latitudes between +85° and -75.Orion lies on the celestial equator.Orion is best seen at 9 pm on a January Night Objects found withineach year in October there is a meteor shower around Orion. Also, There are many lower class small stars inside Orion, for example the Orion Nebula and Trapiezum double click to change this header text! Jacob Maniloff
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