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The star Alpha Aurigae, magnitude 0.08, sixth-brightest in the sky. It is actually a spectroscopic binary, consisting of two G-type giants orbiting each other with a period of 104 days. Capella lies 43 l.y. away.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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