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public LocationGreenwich, UK
TimezoneEurope/London
Sunrise: 5:08 
Transit: 13:06 
Sunset: 21:03
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HR5375

Below the horizon.  Never rises today
Alt: -34.49°   Az: 233.53°   Direction: South-West

HR5375 is a multiple giant star of spectral class B1 in the constellation of Lupus.

HR5375 visual magnitude is 6.09. Because of its faintness, HR5375 is visible to the naked eye only from locations with very dark skies, while it is not visible at all from skies affected by light pollution.

Image of HR5375 star
DSS2 image of HR5375. The red arrow shows the motion of HR5375 during the next 10000 years (-2.17 arcmin in Right Ascension and -2.17 arcmin in declination);

Celestial Coordinates

Apparent

14h 24m 15s
-48° 25’ 51”
05h 49m 26s
20h 13m 42s

J2000

14h 22m 38s
-48° 19’ 13”

Galactic Coordinates

318.2°
11.83°

Finder Chart

Finder chart HR5375 star
Simplified finder chart for HR5375.

Magnitude, Color, Spectral Class

6.09
Giant

-3.26
B1III
12103K

The red dot in the diagram below shows where HR5375 is situated in the Hertzsprung–Russell diagram.

HR Diagram
H-R diagram showing the position of HR5375. Attribution: Richard Powell / CC BY-SA

Star System Properties

HR5375 is a visual double star which can be observed with the help of small or medium telescopes. The table below shows key information about the HR5375 double sysyem:

6.09
9.79
3.7
4.2 arcsec

Distance, Radial Speed, Proper Motion

HR5375 is distant 2,414.81 light years from the Sun and it is moving towards the Sun at the speed of 18 kilometers per second.

740.74
2,414.81
-18 km/s
-0.013 arcsec/y
-0.013"/y

Alternative Designations

SAO224870
SAO224870

Visibility from Your Location

HR5375 is currently not visible from Greenwich, UK