By John Walker-GilesThe youngest of all stars in Pisces is one of 13 stars that have been named.
The 13 stars are Pisces, Pisces the Great, Pisce the Blue, Piscus the Red, Pisced the Green, Pisci the White, and Pisces and the Virgin.
The star is named for the Greek goddess of wisdom and knowledge, which was also known as Pisces.
The name comes from the Latin word for the first three letters of the Greek letter P.
The Pisces star has a diameter of 1,400 light-years, and is located in the constellation Pisces in the Northern hemisphere.
Pisces has been named for its “longevity and life” and is the first of 13 known stars of the constellation.
The other stars are: Pisces (the Red), Pisces of the Green (the Blue), Pisced (the Green), Pisce of the Red (the White), Piscus of the Virgin (the Virgin), and Pisced of the Black (the Black).
The constellation is the longest constellation in the sky and is one that can be easily spotted with the naked eye.