The star Aldebaran (or alpha Tauri) is the brightest in the constellation of Taurus. The Star Aldebaran The star Aldebaran (or alpha Tauri) is the brightest in the constellation of Taurus. It is traditionally known as the red eye of the bull because its location in the image determined for
Accrux is the Latinized form to Alpha Crucis; it is the brightest star from the asterism known as the constellation of Southern Cross (Crux Australis). Accrux – Brightest Star of the Southern Cross Accrux is the Latinized form to Alpha Crucis; it is the brightest star from the asterism known
Achernar is the last brightest star on the River of Eridanus. Its name comes from the Arabic Al Ahir al Nahr, which means “the End of the River.” It is located at 14.57 degree Pisces – The bright star at the mouth of the river, Achernar is the Alpha Eridanus.
The window for Stellar Code Antares is between 23 October and 19 November. Stellar Code Antares – The Antares Codex Antares, a first-magnitude red supergiant, is found in the constellation Scorpio and is the 14th brightest star in the heavens. Antares is the Heart of the Scorpion. In the Greek
The window for Stellar Code Arcturus runs between Stellar Code Arcturus “…which maketh Arcturus, Orion, the Pleiades and the Chambers to the South.” ~ Job 9:9 Arcturus is the brightest star in the constellation Bootes, a golden star located above, or to the north of, Spica in the night
The window for Stellar Code Alcyone is between 6 April and 16 May. Stellar Code Alcyone – The Heart of the Pleides Alcyone is a Stellar Being who vibrates her cosmic melody into the frequencies of the Constellation of the Pleiades. Called “The Central One,” Alcyone is both the central