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Star chart showing Phi Virginis.

Phi Virginis (also known as 105 Virginis) is a star system, a binary star in the space of the galaxy's Beta Quadrant.

Details

This binary consists of two type G yellow stars in the constellation of Virgo, located 135 light-years from Earth, in the general vicinity of Epsilon Librae, Alpha Indi, and the space of the Typhon Expanse. (ST reference: Star Charts)

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Connections

Stars, systems and objects of the Virgo constellation
59 Virginis61 Virginis70 VirginisAlpha Virginis (Spica)Beta Virginis (Zavijava)Epsilon Virginis (Vindemiatrix, Dessica)Gamma Virginis (Porrima)Iota Virginis (Syrma)Mu VirginisPhi VirginisRho VirginisZeta Virginis (Heze)

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