Read all about SPICA!
**relatively short.. i think..
the ONE N ONLY reason I chose this topic was because the name was cool.
cause it sounds cool, and it a star....
so, Spica is a star.
1. Wait till it's dark.
2. Look up.
3. Yay you see stars!
1. Spica is the brightest star in the constellation Virgo.
2. Becomes seen in the southeast on northern spring evenings.
3. Can be found by following the curve of the Big Dipper's handle througn Arcturus and then on down.
-Spica belongs in the main sequence,
which means Spica is in the early stage,
-it is the 15th bright star in the night sky
-Spica is 262 lightyears away from us.
-Belongs in the constellation Virgo,
and is the brightest star in the constellation Virgo.
-Spica is very hot, it is a blue star.
-It is 1900 times brighter than the sun
-The temperature of this star is approximately 25,000 degrees kelvin.
-Other name for Spica is "Alpha Virginis"
-the name Spica originates from Latin, which means "corn of wheat"
-If spica ever dies.. :..( there will be a supernova explosion
-Spica is a binary star, somehow with an unseen companion.
-Spica has two other stars orbiting around it, which are 11 million miles away.
-Sorry for making Spica boring.
If you are interested about finding out more,,
(which i strongly doubt..)
the glyph thing-source has some cool other stuff, so yeah.
and,,, anyone know what a Spica cast is??
Becuse a lotta times I was reading about medical stuff,
which made no sense cause i wanted a star.
Also, i was too scared to put the pictures and the text together, cause this article has vanished six times..