θ¹-Ori (Star)

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From Ashburn , θ¹-Ori is visible in the evening sky, becoming accessible around 18:24 (EST), 26° above your south-eastern horizon, as dusk fades to darkness. It will then reach its highest point in the sky at 21:39, 45° above your southern horizon. It will continue to be observable until around 01:33, when it sinks below 20° above your south-western horizon.

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Name θ¹-Ori
Object type Star
Other names
θ¹-Ori
Theta1 Orionis
41-Ori
41 Orionis
HR 1895[1]
HD 37022
NSV 2294
HIP 26221[3]
TYC 4774-931-1[2]
Gaia DR2- 3017364063330718080[4]
Position
Constellation:Orion
Magnitude:
Variable
5.06 (V) [2]
5.02 (BT) [2]
5.06 (VT) [2]
4.93 (G) [4]
5.01 (BP) [4]
4.86 (RP) [4]
B-V Color (mag):-0.04
Right ascension:05h35m16s [4]
Declination:-05°23'22" [4]
Distance:369.5 parsec
1204.5 lightyrs [4]
Proper motion (speed):2.2 mas/yr [4]
Proper motion (pos ang):105.6°
Derived quantities
Absolute mag (V):-2.77
Visibility from Ashburn

All times shown in Ashburn local time.

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39.04°N
77.49°W
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