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Locate a star on or very near the ecliptic (not the celestial equator).

Question Description

Locate a star on or very near the ecliptic (not the celestial equator). List the name, right ascension and declination of this star.

Star: 

RA: 

Dec: 

Final Answer

Castor and Pollux are (very bright) examples of stars along the ecliptic. Castor has a right ascension of 07h 34m 35.87319s, and a declination of +31° 53′ 17.8160″.

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