Denebola pronunciation

Ptolemy used a strategy of "figure reference" to identify stars according to their position within a familiar constellation or asterism (., "in the right shoulder of The Hunter"). Muslim astronomers adopted some of these as proper names for stars, and added names from traditional Arabic star lore, which they recorded in various Zij treatises. The most notable of these is the Book of Fixed Stars written by the Muslim astronomer Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi (known as Azophi in the West), who thoroughly illustrated all the stars known to him along with their observations, descriptions, positions, magnitudes, brightness, and color.

. Rey has suggested an alternative way to connect the stars, which graphically shows a lion walking. The stars delta Leonis , gamma Leonis , eta Leonis , and theta Leonis form the body of the lion, with gamma Leonis being of the second magnitude and delta Leonis and theta Leonis being of the third magnitude. The stars gamma Leonis, zeta Leonis , mu Leonis , epsilon Leonis , and eta Leonis form the lion's neck , with epsilon Leonis being of the third magnitude. The stars mu Leonis, kappa Leonis , lambda Leonis , and epsilon Leonis form the head of the lion. Delta Leonis and beta Leonis form the lion's tail : beta Leonis, also known as Denebola , is the bright tip of the tail with a magnitude of two. The stars theta Leonis , iota Leonis , and sigma Leonis form the left hind leg of the lion, with sigma Leonis being the foot. The stars theta Leonis and rho Leonis form the right hind leg, with rho Leonis being the foot. The stars eta Leonis and Alpha Leonis mark the lion's heart, with alpha Leonis, also known as Regulus , being the bright star of magnitude one. The stars eta Leonis and omicron Leonis form the right front foot of the Lion. [13]

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Denebola pronunciation

denebola pronunciation