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Apparent Magnitude

(m)
(magnitude as seen from Earth adjusted for atmosphere)

Apparent Magnitude is a Magnitude-style (logarithmic) measurement of brightness indicating the brightness as seen from Earth, but adjusted to cancel the affects of Earth Atmosphere. Some apparent magnitudes:


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Referenced by:
Absolute Magnitude (M)
Achernar
AD Leonis (AD Leo)
Algol (Beta Per)
Alpha Centauri
Aperture Photometry
Arcturus
Astronomical Survey
Barnard's Star
Bayer Designation
Bonner Durchmusterung Catalog (BD)
Beta Centauri
Betelgeuse
Canopus
Circinus Galaxy (ESO 97-G13)
Completeness
Distance Modulus (u)
Epsilon Eridani
Epsilon Indi (ε Indi)
Extra Solar Planet
Faber-Jackson Relation
Globular Cluster Luminosity Function (GCLF)
GG Tau
HL Tau
Holmberg Radius
HR 8799
J1407
Kapteyn's Star
Lacaille 9352
Lalande 21185
LHS 1140
Luhman 16
Luyten 726-8
Crab Nebula (M1)
Triangulum Galaxy (M33)
Magnitude
NGC 1600
NGC 253
NGC 2770
Orion
Photometry
Procyon
Radial Velocity (RV)
Rigel
Ross 154
Ross 248
Sagittarius Dwarf Irregular Galaxy (SagDIG)
Scholz's Star
Sirius
SN 1987A (1987A)
SN 2014J
Spectroscopic Parallax
Stellar Distance Determination
Stellar Luminosity Determination
Stellar Parameter Determination
Stellar Radius Determination
Sun
3C 273
3C 295
3C 48
TRAPPIST-1
T Tauri
Uppsala General Catalogue (UGC)
Vega
WISE 0855-0714
WISE 1506+7027
Wolf 359

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