THE 10 MOST BRIGHTEST STARS

                A.R.             DECL.          MAG.  LIGHT YEARS
Beta        12h 47m 43.32s	-59 41' 19.4	1.25	352     Becrux, Mimosa; 20 brightest star of the sky; variable Beta Cephei, Vmax = +1.23m, Vmin = +1.31m, P = 0.2365072 d
Alfa 1      12h 26m 35.94s	-63 05' 56.6	1.4     321     Acrux; 23 brightest star of the sky; multiple star, binary spettroscopic star
Gamma       12h 31m 09.93s	-57 06' 45.2	1.59	88      Gacrux; triple star; varying suspicious star
Alfa 2      12h 26m 36.50s	-63 05' 58.0	2.09	321     component of the system alfa Cru
Delta       12h 15m 08.76s	-58 44' 56.0	2.79	364     Decrux, Delcrux; variable Beta Cephei; Vmax = +2.78m, Vmin = +2.84m, P = 0.151038 d
Epsilon     12h 21m 21.81s	-60 24' 04.9	3.59	228     Juxta, Juxta Crucem; varying suspicious star
Mu          12h 54m 35.66s	-57 10' 40.4	4.03	377     double star
Zeta        12h 18m 26.29s	-64 00' 11.0	4.06	361     double star
Eta         12h 06m 52.85s	-64 36' 49.1	4.14	64      double star
Theta       12h 03m 01.70s	-63 18' 46.6	4.32	230     binary spettroscopic star

OBJECTS

Nebulosa Sacco di Carbone
NGC 4756    Open cluster (detto Scatola di Gioielli)

BOUNDARIES

Centauro,Mosca