Alderamin

Alderamin

(al-de -ră-min) See Cepheus.
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in 2,000 to 5,500 years), the stars Al Rai, Alfirk, and Alderamin, will each shine near this royal throne.
Cunningham DD752: Ray Hawley (619) 440-3888 USS Alchiba AKA6-AKA23: Bob Litten (828) 524-8053 USS Alderamin AK-116: Loren Brown (419) 693-6680 USS Altamaha CVE-18: Don Dolan (619) 469-5808 USS American Legion APA-17: Wally Glas (715) 277-3592 USS Amsterdam CL-101: Leon Stewart Sr.
net USS Alderamin AK-116 (WWII): Loren Brown (419) 693-6680; 217 Longdale Ave.
Even armed with helpful charts and prompting from the telescopes themselves, many beginners couldn't distinguish Arcturus from Antares, especially in an urban sky, let alone identify alignment stars such as Alderamin.
amp; all spars at spar barracks: Rocky Lavalle (515) 648-3514 USS Alderamin AK-116 (WWII): Loren Brown 217 Longdale Ave.
As the NCP travels down the middle of the "house" of Cepheus, it slips between Iota ([iota]) Cephei and Alfirk, or Beta ([beta]) Cephei, before closing within 2[degrees] of Alderamin (Alpha Cephei) in AD 7500.
Regulus, Vega, and Alderamin (Alpha Cephei) rotate about their axes roughly twice a day.
In contrast, we see both Regulus and Alderamin nearly equator-on.
Another moment of thinking and the RCX400 headed to its second alignment star, Alderamin (Alpha Cepheus), which is not a star I could have identified by its name alone even though it will be our pole star 5,500 years from now
Alderamin, which marks the royal right arm of Cepheus, is 2nd magnitude, and none of the rest are brighter than 3rd.
They are Enif, Markab, Scheat, Alpheratz, Mirach, Almach, Tsih, Shedir, Caph, Alderamin, Mirfak, Algol (usually), Hamal, Diphda, Menkar, and, on very rare occasions, Mira.