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