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Nu Virginis (ν Vir, ν Virginis) is a star in the constellation Virgo.
Nu Virginis is a M-type red giant with a mean apparent magnitude of +4.04. It is approximately 313 light years from Earth. It is classified as a semiregular variable star and its brightness varies by 0.06 magnitudes. This star has about 1.6 times the mass of the sun and an effective temperature of 3,795 K.
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