What Is the Size of the Star Capella?

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The size of the Star Capella is enormous. It is 5.25 times the solar mass. It is the brightest star in the constellation Auriga. It is also the 11th brightest star in the night sky.
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Capella has four parts: Two large stars (Aa and Ab) and two faint red dwarf stars. The combined mass of the two larger stars is 5.25 in solar mass and 21.4 in solar diameter.
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When comparing a star's brightness from Earth, it will always appear dimmer than the Sun. This is due in large part to Earth's close proximity to the Sun. Capella is the sixth brightest
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Alpha Auriga, Capella, is a white star and the 6th largest star in
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(Photo credit: http://www.bisque.com/tom/asteri... ) The four stars in the southern constellations Vela and Carina that constitute the asterism called the False Cross are described
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