Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Question 36: 24 July 2012 (Week 30)

Q36: What is Groombridge 34? Give some details about it.

Hint: Post on "4th July 2012"

4 comments:

Sourav said...

Groombridge 34 is a binary star system located about 11.7 light years from our Sun. It consists of two red dwarf stars in a nearly circular orbit with a separation of about 147 astronomical units.

Gurpreet Singh said...

This is a binary star system which was listed by Stephen Groombridge (1755-1834). Groombridge 34 is located about 11.6 light-years from our Sun, in the north central part of in Constellation Andromeda. Both visual members of the system are flare stars that have been given the variable star designations GX and GQ Andromedae

Harsh said...

Groombridge 34 is a binary star system that consists of two red dwarf stars in a nearly circular orbit with a separation of about 147 astronomical units. Both stars in this pair exhibit variability due to random flares, and they have been given variable star designations. Groombridge 34 is located about 11.6 light-years (ly) from our Sun,

Harsh said...

Groombridge 34 is a binary star system that consists of two red dwarf stars in a nearly circular orbit with a separation of about 147 astronomical units. Both stars in this pair exhibit variability due to random flares, and they have been given variable star designations. Groombridge 34 is located about 11.6 light-years (ly) from our Sun,