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SKY-MAP.ORG / WIKISKY • View topic - Missing blue star in Centaurus region
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Missing blue star in Centaurus region

PostPosted: Sat Feb 20, 2010 7:12 pm
by Hamal_ki
A BLUE MISSING STAR IN THE CENTAURUS CONSTELLATION

Close up to Proxima Centauri, at these coordinates: AR: 14h 29s 56m and DEC: -62° 41' 04'', there is a beautiful blue star that can be seen using all these Sky-Maps at Wikisky.org and using the Skyview Virtual Telescope too, but this blue star I'm speaking about is absolutely missing if we search the same blue star, or through the WindowsWorldWide Telescope, either using Google Sky Program. Using the WWT and using Google Sky we can only see Proxima Centauri, and we can't see "this blue star" that I'm speaking about here and that's missing.

I cant' explain this astronomic fact to myself and I' m very surprised. This blue star that I' m speaking about has these coordinates I have exposed here, and can be found and seen and watched here through the Wikisky Telescopes.

Could somebody help me about this subject?

Thank you very much. I'll Keep on waiting.