Definition of Epsilon aurigae

1. Noun. The largest known star.

Group relationships: Auriga, Charioteer
Generic synonyms: Binary, Binary Star, Double Star

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Epistle to the Colossians
Epistle to the Ephesians
Epistle to the Galatians
Epistle to the Hebrews
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Epistle to the Romans
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Epsilon Aurigae
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Literary usage of Epsilon aurigae

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1. The Origin of the Stars: And the Causes of Their Motions and Their Light by Jacob Ennis (1868)
"epsilon aurigae. The fluctuations of its light are so irregular that its period has not been determined. ..."

2. Astronomischer Jahresbericht by Astronomische Gesellschaft (Germany), Astronomisches Rechen-Institut zu Berlin-Dahlem, Astronomisches Rechen-Institut, Heidelberg, Coppernicus-Institut, Königliches Astronomisches Rechen-Institut zu Berlin (1905)
"Juli 1904 gemachten Aufnahme des Cygnus und seiner Umgebung. 1184. ALEX. SMITH, Photograph of the Vicinity of epsilon aurigae. EM 80 409, fol. ..."

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