Juenoe AA-A h506 B

Wolf-Rayet C Star

System: Juenoe AA-A h506

Recorded From EDDiscovery
Wolf-Rayet class stars are massive stars that are nearing the end of their life cycle and have moved out of their hydrogen-burning phase. They were once over 20 solar masses but now shed considerable amounts of material through solar wind. Their surface temperature can reach 200,000 K, so they appear a brilliant blue. This star is a variant of the Wolf-Rayet stars whose spectrum is dominated by ionised carbon lines
First Discovered By: Unknown
Recorded By: CMDR Ron Jeremy Jr
Date Recorded: 7 December 3303
Distance From Sol: 27,945.88 ly

Age:0 Million Years
Solar Mass:59.207031
Solar Radius:7.858855
Mean Density:0.17216709341849 g/cm³
Surface Temperature:41,789.000000 K
Absolute Magnitude:-8.242798
Orbital Period:73.991568 Days
Semi Major Axis:0.696880 AU
Orbital Eccentricity:0.067488
Orbital Inclination:68.311745 °
Argument of Periapsis59.836479 °
Rotational Period2.954881 Days
Atmospheric composition data is not available for stars
Planetary composition data is not available for stars
Juenoe AA-A h506 B has no rings
Galactic Record Value Number of Other Objects Sharing this Record
Youngest Wolf-Rayet C Star0.0 Million Years495