Definition of Barnard's star in English:

Barnard's star

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Astronomy
A red dwarf in the constellation Ophiuchus. It has a large proper motion and is one of the closest stars to the sun.

Origin

named after Edward E. Barnard (1857–1923), the American astronomer who discovered it in 1916.

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