History and specifics[edit | edit source]
- Following the conventions of stellar naming, this star would be in the section of Earth's sky designated as the constellation of Scorpius. Specifically, this would be the tenth star falling in a direct line-of-sight behind "real-life" stars Zeta-1 Scorpii and Zeta-2 Scorpii.
Appendices[edit | edit source]
Connections[edit | edit source]
|Stars, systems and objects of the Scorpius constellation|
|127 Scorpii • 334 Scorpii • Alpha Scorpii (Antares) • Chi Scorpii • Eta Scorpii • Epsilon Scorpii (Wei) • Lambda Scorpii (Shaula) • Zeta-10 Scorpii|
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