Sheratan

Sheratan

(shair -ă-tan) See Aries.
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With Aries and Triangulum, however, we have an interesting situation: Aries' two brightest members --Hamal, Alpha ([alpha]) Arietis (an orange K2-type star of magnitude 2.0), and Sheratan, Beta ([beta]) Arietis (white A5; 2.6) --are roughly the same distance from us at 66 and 59 light-years, respectively.
Beta Arietis, Sheratan, is a respectably bright 2.6.
The AAAI Executive Council met on July 28, 2002, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 ?M in the Sheratan Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
In the body of the northern fish shines Eta Piscium, which can be found by running a line from magnitude-2.0 Alpha Arietis (Hamal) through magnitude-2.6 Beta ([beta]) Arietis (Sheratan) and extending the short line several times its length.