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HR 1867

BSC 1867, HD 36689

Proper NameNone
Bayer DesignationNone
Flamsteed NumberNone
Right Ascension5h 29m 17s
Declination-62° 18' 51"
Distance941 light years
288 parsecs
MagnitudeApparent: +6.6
Absolute: -0.4
Spectral ClassK4-5III Orange Giant
Optimum VisibilityDecember / January (Usually visible from southern latitudes)
NotesOrange HR 1767 lies in the southern parts of Dorado, somewhat to the northward of the Large Magellanic Cloud. Nearby in the sky (about a half a degree from HR 1867) is the much brighter star Beta Doradus. In fact HR 1867 is the closer of these two stars, but the more distant supergiant Beta Doradus nonetheless appears brighter in Earth's sky.