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119 Tauri, also known as CE Tauri, is a red supergiant star located in the Taurus constellation. It has a diameter that is more than 590 times bigger than that of the Sun's. This is about 830 million kilometers. It has a diameter nearly the size of the asteroid belt and can be easily seen in the night sky.
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