Gamma Crucis

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Gamma Crucis, also known as Gacrux, is the closest M-type red giant star to the Sun. It is only visible in the southern hemisphere. It has a diameter 120 times larger than the Sun and lies in the Crux constellation.[1]

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GACRUX by Jim Kaler