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, Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Monoceros, List of Stars in Monoceros, V838 Monocerotis, Corot-7b, Beta Monocerotis, Corot-7, Corot-1, Ross 614, Red Rectangle Nebula, Corot-1b, Corot-7c, Rosette Nebula, Bt Monocerotis, Corot-4, Corot-6b, Hd 52265 B, Hd 46375 B, Hd 46375, Cone Nebula, Hd 66428, Hd 45652, Hd 52265, Hd 45652 B, Ngc 2264, Hd 66428 B, Gliese 250, Fox Fur Nebula, Hd 44219, Hd 44219 B, Messier 50, Ngc 2244, Ngc 2261, Snowflake Cluster, Plaskett's Star, Ngc 2346, Alpha Monocerotis, V592 Monocerotis, Ngc 2170, Ngc 2349, R Monocerotis, Ic 447, S Monocerotis, A0620-00. Excerpt: A0620-00 ( V616 Monocerotis ) is a binary star and black hole candidate in the constellation of Monoceros . References (URLs online) Websites (URLs online) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at Observation data Epoch J2000.0 Equinox J2000.0 Alpha Monocerotis ( Mon / Monocerotis) is a star in the constellation Monoceros . Alpha Monocerotis belongs to the spectral class G9 and is of apparent magnitude 3.93. It is approximately 144 light years from Earth . References (URLs online) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at Observation data Epoch J2000 Equinox J2000 BT Monocerotis ( Nova Monocerotis 1939 ) was a nova, which lit up in the constellation Monoceros in 1939. It was discovered on a spectral plate by Fred L. Whipple on December 23, 1939. BT Monocerotis reached a brightness of 4.5 mag . Its brightness decreased after the outbreak in 36 days by 3 mag. The light curve for the eruption had a long plateau period. Photographic plates taken for 30 years prior to the eruption show that BT Monocerotis remained visible during that period. Prior to 1933, BT Monocerotis had an average magnitude of 15.52 with a variation of 1.2 magnitudes. It retained the same magnitude up until the eruption, showing a variation of 0.9 magnitude...