Tuesday, August 21, 2007

EI Cancri AB

Star type
g A: M8 V
g B: M5.5 V

Distance from Earth
g 17.0498 ly

Star Service No.
g NA

g A: NA
g B: NA

Diameter/Mass/Temp (xSol)
g A: NA; 6.2%; NA
g B: NA; 5%; NA

Brightness (xSol)
g A: 0.006%
g B: 0.003%

g NA

Comparison to Sol
g See illustration (similar in size to Proxima)

Picture of star
g NA

Star system features
g NA

Known planets
g NA

Habitable zone
g NA

Orbital map
g Stars separated by 23.5 AU

View from star
g NA

Nearby stars
(Star systems with 10 light years)
g DX Cancri: 5.7 ly
g Groombridge 1618: 7.3 ly
g Procyon: 8 ly
g Luyten’s Star: 8 ly

Map locating star system
g See stellar map (listed as “G9-38”)

Location in Earth sky
g In constellation Cancer

Other names
g A: LHS 2076, NS 0858+1945 A, V* EI Cnc, GSC 01397-01138, USNO 314, G 9-38, RBS 730, Zkh 123, G 47-14, LSPM J0858+1945a, RX J0858.2+1946, [FS2003] 0490, G 41-11, LTT 12343 1RXS J085816.5+194648, [GKL99] 192, G 9-38A, 2MASS J08581519+1945470, StM 115 [GKL99] 193, GJ 1116 A, NLTT 20638, USNO-B1.0 1097-00167487, [RHG95] 1398
g B: LP 426-20, LHS 2077, LP 426-40, 8pc 191.20B, [RHG95] 1399, G 9-38B, LSPM J0858+1945b, USNO 315, GJ 1116 B, NLTT 20637, Zkh 124

Sci-fi mentions
g In "Star trek universe, based on "Star Trek Star Charts," can deduce it is in Federation space

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Alliance said...

Wondering what the right ascension and dissension of EI Cancri is, can't find it.

Rob Bignell said...

For Star A, right ascension is 08 58 15.19 with declination +19 45 47.1. For Star B, RA is 08 58 15.128 with DEC +19 45 47.03.