Almach

Almach

(al -mak) (γ And) An orange giant that is the third-brightest star in the constellation Andromeda. It is a triple star, forming a very fine visual binary with its apparently greenish companion (B), 10″ distant, with which it has a common proper motion; B is a spectroscopic binary, period 61 years. mV : 2.28 (A), 5.1 (B), 2.16 (AB); spectral type: K3 II (A), A0p (B).
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Inghams has a week at the 3-star Chalet Almach, La Plagne, from PS549 each on a catered basis with flights and transfers.
Almach is an interesting star to view in a telescope, with most people seeing a golden yellow star paired with a smaller silver companion.
If I choose to take an evening walk to see if Andromeda has come up on schedule," Reich maintained, "I think I am entitled to look for the distant light of Almach and Mirach without finding myself staring into the blinding beam of a police flashlight.
The cluster is located about one binocular field south-southwest of 2nd-magnitude Almach, Gamma (y) Andromedae.
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Currently visible low in the western sky is a star known as Almach.
Almach, the westernmost in the line, is a magnificent double at 50x and up: a bright orange- or yellow-tinted star with a fainter bluish companion.
One unusually cold January night while making notes on the mount's Go To performance, I slewed the Quantum to the double star Almach ([gamma] Andromedae).
Now we'll visit Almach, the end star in Andromeda's arc, and one of the prettiest double stars in the night sky
Almach, gamma And, is a fine yellow/blue pair with magnitude 2.