Classification: White supergiant
Description: It is a star of the Swan constellation. With an apparent magnitude of 1.25, it is the brightest star of the constellation as well as the nineteenth brightest star of the night sky.
Observation: Your observation is favored by the Northern Hemisphere. Deneb is a super-giant white spectral class, easily identifiable in the night sky due to its brightness. Located on the background of the Milky Way, Deneb is easily recognizable in the night sky because of its brightness and the fact that it belongs to the most striking asterism of the summer sky of the Northern Hemisphere, the Summer Triangle, formed by Deneb, Vega of Lira and Altair of Aquila.
Curiosity: Its name derives from the Arabic expression Dhaneb, meaning tail. The reference to a hen instead of a swan is explained by the fact that although the constellation in Roman, Greek, Arabic, and Mesopotamian has been consistently represented as a bird, it has from time to time taken the shape of a swan or an eagle, a hen or a pigeon
Astrological Characteristics: Determined character with a proper dose of stubbornness, who wants to move forward, finish his job, stay in business, for those who are not afraid to say what he thinks.