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The star Alpha Aquilae, magnitude 0.76, the twelfth-brightest star in the sky. It is an A7 dwarf 16.7 l.y. away. Altair forms one corner of the so-called Summer Triangle of stars, completed by Deneb and Vega.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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