We'll keep the Aldebaran at Kankad's, and use her for emergencies.
Aldebaran is the brightest star in the constellation of Taurus.
Next to Aldebaran in the V is the interesting double star Theta, which we can see as two distinct stars without a telescope.
Except that I like their names, Aldebaran and Cassiopeia, and so on.
Note two pretty pairs in the Hyades, one south of Aldebaran, the other northwest of it.
In June, 1874, I found it equal to Aldebaran, and of very much the same colour.
But when he saw Aldebaran he stopped agape and crossed himself.
So from the cradle it was destined for Aldebaran, and from the cradle it was his greatest teacher.
You've been so brave—just like Aldebaran in the Jester's Sword.
It boots not in this tale what wiles he used to gain Aldebaran's ear and tongue.
bright star in Taurus, late 14c., from Arabic Al Dabaran "the follower" (of the Pleiades, which rise shortly before it does), from dabara "he followed."