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Posted by Mark Avrech on February 18, 2003 01:45:04 UTC

I need to know the following information for the 6 brightest stars in the constellation Hercules:

1. Name
2. Proper Name
3.R.A.
4. Dec.
5. Distance(ly)
6. Apparent Magnitude
7. Absolute Magnitude
8. Luminosity
9. Color
10. Temp
11. Other(multiple,variable,double)

Is there a source on the Internet that I can turn to for this data?????

Thank you......

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