- X 9
- Y -89
- Z -18
- Double or multiple star
- Infra-Red source
- UV-emission source
- X-ray source
Epsilon Sculptoris (ε Scl, ε Sculptoris) is a binary star in the constellation Sculptor. It is approximately 91.7 light years from Earth.
The primary component, Epsilon Sculptoris A, is a yellow-white F-type main-sequence star with an apparent magnitude of +5.29 with an angular diameter of 000509 arcseconds. Orbiting it with a separation of 4.6 arcseconds, or at least 125 Astronomical Units, is Epsilon Sculptoris B, a yellow G-type main sequence dwarf with an apparent magnitude of +8.6. A and B make one orbit around their centre of mass once every 1200 years.
There are two optical companions, the 15th magnitude designated Epsilon Sculptoris C at an angular separation of 15 arcseconds and the 11th magnitude Epsilon Sculptoris D, at a separation of 142 arcseconds.
This star will be in constellation Fornax around 2920 CE.This article uses material from the Wikipedia article "Epsilon Sculptoris", which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.