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Star Name Information: BETELGEUSE; Betelguex; Betelgeuze; Beteiguex; Al Mankib.
Double and Multiple Star information: Components B-E all 11 to 14.5v at sep. 40" to 174" from A. D 13.5 at 77", optical. speckle interferometric observations in 1983 November (Karovska et al. 1986, ApJ, 308, 360) show A to be a triple system with closer companion at 0.06" (mag. diff. 3.4 at H alpha) and more distant companion at 0.51" (mag. diff. 4.6 at H alpha).
Miscellaneous Information: Radio star. Circumstellar shell of gas and dust. The gas shell detached from photosphere at about 5 stellar radii. Diam. of optically thin dust shell possibly 1".5. Surrounded by reflection nebula. Gas shell up to 100 R, dust shell from 12 to 250 R. Highly darkened limb.
Stellar radii / diameter Information: The first star whose diameter was measured with the interferometer, .047", by Michelson and Pease at Mt. Wilson in 1920.
Radial and/or Rotational Velocity Information: Expanding circumstellar shell, extending at least 29" or about 600 stellar radii. If rate constant, initial potassium ejection about 2700 years ago. 2.85-cm radio emission indicates mass loss.
Spectra Information: Ultraviolet FeII emission. 5-micron observations indicate carbon monoxide. STRATOSCOPE II observations indicate infrared H2O bands. UV observations from OAO-2 indicate C and O underabundant. MgII emissions indicate a cooler shell surrounding the supergiant.
Spectroscopic binaries Information: ADS 4506A, 5.781y, K 3.08k/s, V0 +20.33k/s, asini 81.773. ADS 4506A, SRc 0.40 - 1.3V, 2335d. Also superimposed waves 200-400d.
Additional data includes;
Magnitude In Johnson V.
Trigonometric parallax (mill-arc seconds).
Distance in Light Years.
Mean BT Blue Magnitude.
Mean VT Visual Magnitude.
Colour Index in Cousins' System.
Henry Draper HD Catalogue number.
Bonner DM Catalogue Number.
Corboda Durchmusterung Catalogue number.
Cape Photographic DM Catalogue number.
Proper Motion RA in milli-arc-seconds per year in Right Ascension.
Proper Motion DEC in milli-arc-seconds per year in Declination.
Catalogue of Components of Double and Multiple Stars (CCDM) Identifier.
Magnitude at Maximum brightness (5th percentile Mag).
Magnitude at Minimum brightness (95th percentile Mag).
Variability Period in Days.
Hipparcos Variability Type.
(theta) Position Angle between components.
(rho) Angular Separation of components.
Common information to all Catalogues includes RA, DEC, ALT. AZ. Rise, Set, and Transit.