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The Distance Calculation of a Star through Cephoid Method Calculator will calculate the:

- Distance of a star in parsecs using the Cephoid method

**Calculation Parameters:** The Cephoid angle is expressed in degree seconds; this method is used only for "not very distant stars".

(Distance of Cepheid (d) = pc[parsec] |

d = 10^{ 0.2 × [(m - M) + 1]}d = 10 ^{ 0.2 × [( - ) + 1]}d = 10 ^{ 0.2 × [ + 1]}d = 10 ^{ 0.2 × }d = 10 ^{} |

Distance Calculation of a Star through Cephoid Method Calculator Input Values |

Apparent magnitude of Cepheid (m) |

Absolute magnitude of Cepheid (M) |

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d = 10^{ 0.2 × [(m - M) + 1]}

This formula derives from

log d = *1**/**5* (m - M) + 1

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