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About P Cygni P Cygni is one of the hottest super giants in the Galaxy!!
It loses mass at a rate of one solar masses every 10,000 years!
P Cygni is a bright blue star, therefore on the life-scale it will not live very long
The distance of P Cygni is not well known, but has been estimated as 7000 light years by Burnham, putting its absolute brightness to -8.9 magnitudes,. http://spider.seds.org/spider/Vars/pCyg.html
P Cygni is one of the most recent stars discovered.
P Cygni is visible in the night sky!
Pictures! The cloud around P Cygni
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Stars, Galaxies & the Universe
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