The space observatory of the future, operating in orbit around Jupiter, observed a portion of the sky during the Jupiter year.

The space observatory of the future, operating in orbit around Jupiter, observed a portion of the sky during the Jupiter year. All the images obtained were complex with each other. It was found that one bright star in this area of the sky is shifting against the background of faint ones. Determine the distance to this star. Estimate its ecliptic latitude.

Distance approximately 28 pc; ecliptic latitude is equal to arcsin (a1 / a2) = 45 ° (where a1 and a2 are the minor and major axes of the parallax ellipse).

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