Scheat

Scheat

(shee -at) (β Peg) A red giant that is one of the brightest stars in the constellation Pegasus and lies on the Great Square of Pegasus. It is a semiregular variable with a magnitude range of 2.3 to 2.7. Spectral type: M2 II-III; distance: 67 pc.

Scheat

[shē′at]
(astronomy)
A red giant, irregular, variable star, in the constellation Pegasus.
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Operation Scheat identified Keith Dobson, from Cardiff, as the leader who arranged for the drugs to be brought in from Barcelona while Ryan Davies, 32, of Cross Street, Ystrad, was said to be the South Wales coordinator for the operation.
Operation Scheat identified Dobson as the leader who arranged for the drugs to be brought in from Barcelona, while Ryan Davies, 32, of Cross Street, Ystrad, was said to be the South Wales co-ordinator for the operation.
The star at the top right of the square, Scheat, is a red giant that varies slightly in brightness and is classed as an irregular semi-variable.