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16 Hidden Gems of London London – the land of tea and crumpets, the Queen and the red phoneboxes. Every guide book will tell you to stop at Trafalgar Square or look around Harrods. But if you want to try something a bit more, well, local, then try these places out. (Go on, they’re near the tourist stops you do want to go to…) 1. Galactic coordinate system Artist's depiction of the Milky Way galaxy, showing the galactic longitude relative to the galactic center. Galactic longitude The galactic coordinates use the Sun as the origin.
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Luyten's Star Luyten's Star (GJ 273) is a red dwarf in the constellation Canis Minor located at a distance of approximately 12.36 light-years (3.79 parsecs) from the Sun. It has a visual magnitude of 9.9, making it too faint to be viewed with the unaided eye. It is named after Willem Jacob Luyten, who, in collaboration with Edwin G. Ebbighausen, first determined its high proper motion in 1935. Arabian Glass Tea Set Oriental Glass Tea Set: Four Double Moon Cups 80ml Inspired by oriental design, this beautiful glass tea set will adorn any table. Perfect for flowering or loose leaf teas, this tea set includes a 800ml Persian glass teapot, your choice of glass cups (see options below) and 3 tins of our finest flowering teas - (Jasmine Fairies - 5 blooms, Orange Osmanthus - 5 blooms and Eternal Beauty - 5 blooms). The teapot and cups are made of high quality, heat resistant borosilicate glass.
Gliese 229 The star is known to be a low activity flare star, which means it undergoes random increases in luminosity because of magnetic activity at the surface. The spectrum shows emission lines of calcium in the H and K bands. The emission of X-rays has been detected from the corona of this star. These may be caused by magnetic loops interacting with the gas of the star's outer atmosphere.