Talk:HD 93129

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In the article HD93129A is referred to as a supergiant, but according to the reference cited for the article ( http://jumk.de/astronomie/big-stars/hd-93129a.shtml ) it is a main sequence star. I find the same in the book "stars" by James Kaler from 1998. Both these suggests that it is the brightest known main sequence star, and Kaler makes a point of it being classified as a dwarf. So if there is any reference that can be cited that says that HD93129A has been re-classified as a supergiant, maybe it should be added, or else the text in the article changed. Anyone knows? Tycs (talk) 14:02, 29 July 2009 (UTC)