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- n. A star in the constellation Leo, approximately 43 light-years from Earth.
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- proper n. Beta Leonis, the second-brightest star in the constellation of Leo.
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- n. a star in Leo approximately 43 light years from Earth
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Leo's second star, magnitude 2.1 Denebola at 36 ly, marks the lion's tail.
Look more than 20° below and to the left of Denebola for the conspicuous planet Saturn, and further in the same direction for Spica, the leading star in Virgo, the next zodiacal constellation after Leo.
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Epsilon Virginis and Denebola, in west; low down in west thick with haze; on the north the rays converged to a point still lower; lightning still visible in south.
The constellations Crater, the Cup, and Corvus, the Crow, both stand on the coils of Hydra, south of Denebola, the bright star in the tail of the Lion.
Denebola, the bright star in the Lion's tail, lies 25° east of
The group lies well within a triangle formed by Denebola, Arcturus, in
It is about 35° east of Denebola, in Leo, and nearly as far north of
Arcturus, Cor Caroli, Denebola, and Spica form a figure about 50° in length, called the Diamond of Virgo.
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