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- Gamma Leonis-2
- Always been seen
- Known by the ancients
About the starEdit
- G-type giant star located at 126 light-years away from in the Leo constellation.
- Has about 50 times the Sun's luminosity.
- Gamma Leonis-2 is the secondary star of a binary star system with Gamma Leonis-1 being the primary.
- The binary system can be seen with the naked eye as a single dot, when the two stars can be told apart with a small amateur telescope.
- No exoplanet has been found so far around Gamma Leonis-2 itself.