Bel·la·trix | \ ˈbe-lə-ˌtriks, bə-ˈlā-\
Definition of Bellatrix
: a bluish variable star of the second magnitude that forms the right shoulder of the constellation Orion as seen from the ground and is the third brightest star in that constellation Returning to Canterbury: the new data, gathered in a second visit, are accurate. It is my present belief that Bellatrix was the celestial object so that the derived dates are contemporary with Stonehenge.— Lyle B. Borst, Science, 23 Jan. 1970
— called also Gamma Orionis
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