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Spica. By: Emma Ellis. Spica. Tempature:25,500 Fahrenheit it is 2300 times brighter than our sun, brightest star in the constellation Virgo Color: bluish-white star Distance from our sun in light years:275 light years away from our solar system. Spica is a blue giant. Spica on an H -R.

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Spica

Spica

By: Emma Ellis


Spica1
Spica

Tempature:25,500 Fahrenheit it is 2300 times brighter than our sun, brightest star in the constellation Virgo

Color: bluish-white star

Distance from our sun in light years:275 light years away from our solar system.

Spica is a blue giant.


Spica on an h r
Spica on an H-R

  • As you can see Spica is located in the spectral class of B1 because it’s temperature is not the hottest, but, is located toward the hotter temperatured stars.


Life cycle
Life cycle

  • Spica would accrete, then join the main sequence. After a short period of Spica’s life, Spica will leave the main sequence. After it will grow in brightness and size, and make a trip back along the horizontal branch before, Spica will finally end up a black whole, after it’s supernova.


According to the According to the Babylonian Mul.Apin the constellation was known as “the furrow”, representing the goddess Shala’s ear of grain or corn. One star in the constellation, Spica, keeps the tradition, for in latin it means, ear of corn. The Greeks and Romans associated this constellation, Virgo, with their goddess of wheat, Demeter-Ceres, who in the early form of the myth was the virgin mother of Proserpina-Persephone.