Epoch J2000.0  Equinox J2000.0 
|Right ascension||13h 41m 45.56335s |
|Declination||−33° 35′ 50.5658″ |
|Apparent magnitude (V)||5.56 a- 8.44|
T Centauri is a variable star located in the far southern constellation Centaurus. It varies between magnitudes 5.56 and 8.44 over 181.4 days. Pulsating between spectral classes K0:e and M4II:e, it has been classed as a semiregular variable, though Sebastian Otero of the American Association of Variable Star Observers has noted its curve more aligned with RV Tauri variable stars and has classified it as one.
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