The Bright Shining Sirius A

Sirius A is the brightest star in the Earths Night Sky,

Sirius is a binary star that was first seen by a German astronomer named Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel in 1844.

The distance separating Sirius A from Sirius B varies between 8.2 and 31.5 Astronomical units

Sirius is a blue-white just about 25 times as luminous as the sun.

Sirius has a temperature of 9800 kelvins

This is view of how bright it is in the night sky

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