This one is for all of the “Covid19 Blue” Front Line Healthcare Professionals, we so love you, your bravery and dedication will not be forgotten! You certainly are the “Beautiful Stars” that outshine us all!!!
Delta Scorpii – “Dschubba” – A variable Binary Star with variations of 2.3 mag to 1.6mag
Delta Scorpii A is a Gamma Cassiopeia type variable star. This type of star shows irregular slow brightness variations of a few hundredths of a magnitude due to material surrounding the star. Delta Scorpii was once used as a spectroscopic standard for the B0 IV classification, but is now considered too unusual and variable.
The primary star is named Dschubba and is located 444 light years away in the Constellations of the Scorpion. Scorpius is also one of the 12 Zodiac constellations.

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John Chumack