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For the extrasolar planet, see Fomalhaut b. DSS image of Fomalhaut, field of view 2. Credit NASA, ESA, and the Digitized Sky Survey 2. Piscis Austrinus and one of the brightest stars in the sky. The image was published in Science in November 2008.
It also bears the Flamsteed designation of 24 Piscis Austrini. The process involved public nomination and voting for the new names. Fomalhaut is located south of the celestial equator, and hence is best viewed from the Southern Hemisphere. Fomalhaut is a young star, for many years thought to be only 100 to 300 million years old, with a potential lifespan of a billion years. 92 times that of the Sun, its luminosity is about 16. 6 times greater, and its diameter is roughly 1. Fomalhaut is slightly metal-deficient compared to the Sun, which means it is composed of a smaller percentage of elements other than hydrogen and helium.
The metallicity is typically determined by measuring the abundance of iron in the photosphere relative to the abundance of hydrogen. Fomalhaut has been claimed to be one of approximately 16 stars belonging to the Castor Moving Group. This is an association of stars which share a common motion through space, and have been claimed to be physically associated. Other members of this group include Castor and Vega. More recent work has found that purported members of the Castor Moving Group appear to not only have a wide range of ages, but their velocities are too different to have been possibly associated with one another in the distant past. ALMA image of Fomalhaut’s Debris Disc. This section’s factual accuracy may be compromised due to out-of-date information.
Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. Fomalhaut is surrounded by several debris disks. Next is a disk of larger particles, with inner edge 0. The innermost disk is unexplained as yet.
The dust is distributed in a belt about 25 AU wide. The disk is sometimes referred to as „Fomalhaut’s Kuiper belt“. On November 13, 2008, astronomers announced an object, which they assumed to be an extrasolar planet, orbiting just inside the outer debris ring. This was the first extrasolar orbiting object to be seen with visible light, captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. However, M-band images taken from the MMT Observatory put strong limits on the existence of gas giants within 40 AU of the star, and Spitzer Space Telescope imaging suggested that the object Fomalhaut b was more likely to be a dust cloud.