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  • n. Genitive form of Libra used when naming stars, such as α Librae.

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Examples

  • My plan is this: It is well known that many variable stars, such as Algol, [sigma] Librae, U Coronae, and the remarkable variable D.M. + 1. 3408°, discovered by Mr. E.F. Sawyer, fluctuate at regular intervals.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 358, November 11, 1882

  • It was sighted at a point two degrees W. of _a_ Librae at an angle of

    The Lord of the Sea

  • '' 'Gliese 581' '', also known as '' 'HO Librae' '', is a red dwarf star around 20.4 [[light year | light years]] away.

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  • And in a separate paper, they reported finding a planet somewhat larger than Jupiter at the star 23 Librae.

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  • In a separate paper, they reported finding a planet slightly larger than Jupiter at the star 23 Librae.

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  • A Jupiter-sized planet was also found orbiting a sun-like star, 23 Librae, found 84 light years away in the constellation Libra.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • The fourth planet is a Jupiter-sized "gas giant" orbiting 23 Librae in the constellation of Libra.

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  • The same international team also found a fourth planet orbiting another sun-like star 84 light years away called 23 Librae.

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  • In a separate paper, they reported finding a planet somewhat larger than Jupiter at the star 23 Librae.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • M. Richards, et al, "Statistical Analysis of 5 Year Continuous Radio Flare Data from b Persei, V711 Tauri, d Librae, and UX Arietis,"

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