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RE: Anyone Know Who Discovered Rigel

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Posted by Kip Crawford on April 23, 2000 08:49:33 UTC

Rigel has been Rigel for time imemorial. Beltelguese, Bellatrix, Saiph amd Rigel the corner stars of Orion, were more than likely named after Greek/Arabic names. Orion is a very old named constellation. Try this place for more answers.

http://www.dibonsmith.com/constel.htm

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