Denebola


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Denebola

(dĕ-neb -oh-lă) (β Leo) A white star that is the third-brightest in the constellation Leo. It marks the ‘tail’ of Leo, the Lion. It is surrounded by a ring of dust that emits infrared radiation and may possibly indicate the early stages of a planetary system. mv : 2.13; Mv : 1.5; spectral type: A3 V; distance: 13 pc.

Denebola

[də′neb·ə·lə]
(astronomy)
A white star of stellar magnitude 2.2, spectral classification A2, in the constellation Leo; the star β Leonis.
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Essentially an offshore pier secured alongside Denebola, the RRDF allowed vehicles to be driven off the sealift ship and onto waiting Army watercraft.
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USNS Algol (T-AKR 287) USNS Bellatrix (T-AKR 288) USNS Denebola (T-AKR 289) USNS Pollux (T-AKR 290) USNS Altair (T-AKR 291) USNS Regulus (T-AKR 292) USNS Capella (T-AKR 293) USNS Antares (T-AKR 294)
Most of its stars are part of the big Coma Star Cluster, located about a third of the way from Denebola (Beta Leonis, the tail tip of Leo) to the end star of the Big Dipper's handle (which is off the top of the photo on the facing page).
He was kept busy at two, winning three of his seven starts, the highlights of which were a clear-cut victory in the Prix Morny, with subsequent Prix Marcel Boussac heroine Denebola two lengths back in third, and a commanding performance to win the Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte from Chineur.
But Leo also possesses two 2nd-magnitude stars: the fine double star Algieba, or Gamma ([gamma]) Leonis, and Denebola, also called Beta ([beta]) Leonis, which marks the Lion's tail.
She is a daughter of Denebola, winner of the Prix Marcel Boussac, and a granddaughter of Prix Morny and Prix de la Salamandre winner Coup De Genie, a sister of Machiavellian, who pulled off the same juvenile Group 1 double.
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But look closely at the portion of Coma that's located two-thirds of the way from Alkaid (the end of the Big Dipper's handle) to Denebola in Leo.
Mars starts the month south of Leo's tail, rising about 8 1/2[degrees] lower right of Denebola (Beta Leonis).
Save for idling in front when bolting up at the Curragh in June, this filly has looked a more straightforward type than One Cool Cat, perhaps more like the 2003 Marcel Boussac winner Denebola, who represents the same cross.
The easternmost end of this triangle is 2nd-magnitude Denebola, the tip of the Lion's tail.