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A Star in its simpliest form are giant celestrial bodies of gas that generate light, heat and energy through nuclear reaction. They can be many thousands and million times as big as the Earth. The nearest star to us is the Sun then the binary stars of Alpha and Proxima Centauri. They range in colour from red which is the coolest ( 3,500c ) to the very hot which is blue ( 45000c ). The stars are classified according to their temperature and the table below will list the different classes, colour, temperature and a sample star. Their class is no indication as to the size because Betelgeuse and Rigel are comparative in size. The difference is Betelgeuse is old whereas Rigel is relatively new. All the stars that are detailed on this site are in Milky Way, there is hardly any data out there for stars in the other galaxies or the rest of the universe. Each star has its own Solar System and in our solar system, there is only one star and that is The Sun.

Star Colours

Stars come in five distinct colours (Blue, White, Red, Orange, Yellow) and the colour is generally in proportion to its temperature and also its size. There are variations of the colours as you can see from the table below.

Blue stars are generally the hotest and largest of all the stars such as Rigel, a large blue star in Orion. The colours and their Stars are divided into two main groups, giants and dwarfs. Even though our Sun is generally bigger than a lot of other stars in the galaxy, it is still a dwarf star compared to other giants out there such as UY Scuti, a red hypergiant which is nearing the end of its life and will go out in a bang. The bigger a star is, the quicker it lives and dies. Red dwarf stars not Betelgeuse but Proxima Centarui will live a long life of many trillions of years perhaps compared to the ten-fiftteen billion of our Sun.

There are no green coloured stars, at least not that have been discovered yet. Antares B star, the companion star of Antares appears green but that is due in part to to effect of the nearby larger star. Another example of a star that can appear green is Zubeneschamali that to some people have reported to be green. The question of whether these stars are green or an off-colour will be answered when advanced telescopes are made or we get to visit the star. Wiki


ClassColourTemperature (Kelvin)Sample star
OBlue33,000 or moreZeta Ophiuchi
BBluish-White10,500-30,000Rigel
AWhite7,500-10,000Altair
FYellowish White6,000-7,200Procyon A
GYellow5,500-6,000Sun
KOrange4,000-5,250Aldebaran
M Red2,600-3,850Betelgeuse

Hertzsprung-Russell Star Colour Diagram


The Birth Nebulas

Stars are created when huge gas clouds begin to collapse and are pulled together by gravity. If during the process, the clouds are not strong enough, the process will fail and the star will become a brown dwarf. Successful collapse clouds will form protostars, broken parts of the cloud. The protostars will continue to collapse until nuclear reactions begin. Parts of the cloud that did not form into the star may become planets. The main ingredient of the star is Hydrogen which through nuclear reaction will turn into Helium and Plasma to be splurted out. The clouds start collapsing when an event has occurred, this could be caused by the explosion of an old star, the gravitational pull of a nearby star or some other event. These clouds are also known as nebulas. A example of a Nebula is the Cone Nebula. The actual cone is a small section of the nebula at the bottom. There are a number of different Nebula`s, the Cone is known as a Dark Nebula, this is where light from stars behind are blocked out. Emission Nebulas are where stars are inside the nebulas. A example of a Emission Nebula is the Orion Nebula. The third type are nebulas that are lit up by nearby stars, they are called Reflection Nebulas. The M78. The Triffid Nebula is an example of a Emission/Reflection Nebula.

Cone Nebula, Dark Nebula


Cone Nebula

The Great Orion Nebula, Emissions Nebula


Cone Nebula

Triffid Nebula, Reflection Nebula


Triffid Nebula

Living Stars (Normal Star, Variable Stars, Binary Stars)

Throughout its life, a star could be normal like our Sun. A star that has a companion star is known as a Binary Star or a Mutiple Star System. Binary refers to two whereas in space there are places where there are more than two stars in the same region of space affecting one another. A well known Binary Star is Polaris A binary star can be Equal ( Both star orbit a central point of gravity ), Unequal ( One star orbits another ) or Double Binary ( A pair of Equal or Unequal ) can be orbiting around a central point of gravity.

The final type is a Variable Star whose brightness could be caused by the internal physical changes. The brightness can change abruptly or in a pattern over a length of time. The reasons for the change in size is too much to go into here, you should check out the line earlier in this paragraph.

Star Clusters (Open Star Clusters, Globular Clusters)

Withn a galaxy, a number of stars could be grouped together whether it is a few tens of stars or millions of stars. These Star Clusters fall into two main types, Open Clusters which have no real shape compared to the near spherical look of Globular Clusters. The two most famous star clusters are the Hyades and Pleiades, both found in Taurus. The Pleiades is below.


Photo of the Pleiades


Death (White Dwarfs, Planetary Nebulas, Neutron Stars, Black Holes, Planets)

Like everything that begins, it must come to an end. When a star has finished processing its hydrogen, it dies. The Sun will do so one day but before then, the human race will have moved to another planet or has become extinct. Its end point is determind by its mass. Low mass stars come white dwarfs and high mass black holes. It had been once said that a star exploded near the Sun, the remnants of the star was captured by the Sun and became the planets we know today. The Sun is a medium mass panet which when it dies, it will grow bigger than it is today. The Sun will eventually explode and become a planetary nebula. Planetary Nebulas are stars that have a white dwarf at the centre and a gaseous ring round the out side. Large Mass stars will either become black holes if they are above 3 Solar Masses or a Neutron Star if they slightly less in weight. Neutron Star are stars consisting of Neutrons.

What is the Largest Star?

You might think that the Sun, our closest star is big but its tiny compared to other stars out there. The current largest stars in the the milky way that has so far been observed are the giants of VY Canis Majoris and UY Scuti and NML Cygni. These two giants of the cosmos are so vast and large, if they were placed at the centre of the solar system, their size will extend out past Jupiter. There might be an even larger star out there waiting to be observed, one that would make those two look like peas. The largest unknown star in the universe might not be in our galaxy but somewhere else. The largest star in the universe might make UY Scuti nothing more than a spec compared to the largest in the universe but given there are so many galaxies in the universe and some so far away, we will never be able to determine the largest in the universe.

How are stars named?

Stars with common names such as Sirius, Cursa, Regulus and Nunki are large stars that can be seen in the sky and have been known about since the early days of astronomy. They were given star names when astronomy was in its infancy. Stars aren`t given common names any more because there are so many. The majority of those stars with common names will tend to be in the Northern Hemisphere as it was people in the Northern Hemisphere that tended to name them. An example of a named southern hemisphere star is Rigil Kentaurus, another name for Alpha Centauri. Stars that are named HD followed by a number come from the Henry Daper Catalog which was created in the early part of the twentieth century. Stars with starting with HIP are stars that were observed by the Hipparcos satellite from 1989 to 1993. A star can have a common name, a HD and a HIP name as well other names too. Stars with names starting Kepler are those that were observed by the kepler space telescope. A lot of the Extrasolar Planets (Exoplanets) you hear about mainly will be known as a Kepler planet having been discovered by the satellite.

Greek lettered stars are named in order of brightness, so for example Regulus is the brightest star in Leo and therefore named Alpha Leonis, the next is Beta Leonis (Denebola) followed by Gamma Leonis (Algieba), Delta Leonis (Zosma) etc, etc. There are some exceptions to this rule for example, Pollux is Beta Geminorum but it is in fact brighter than Alpha Geminorum (Castor).

Gliese stars are named after German astronomer Wilheim Gliese who cataloged 1000 stars that are within 65 light years from Earth. The list has since been expanded and you will probably have seen these stars when astronomers have been talking about extrasolar planets.

You may have seen companies advertised in papers and online to enable you to buy a stars name. If you buy a star, it will have no legal basis, it will not be officially recognised by the International Astronomical Union (I.A.U.) If you want something fun and waste your money but it won`t be recognised. If you buy one and then talk about it to a professional astronomer, they won`t know which star you mean. 2 If you were to open the naming of stars to the public, you could expect to find stars `McDonalds`, `Microsoft`, `James Bond`. asteroids have been named after people such as Anne Frank, James Bond and Patrick Moore.

Some stars such as NML Cyngi are named after the people who discovered the star. In this case, the NML stands for Neugebauer, Martz, and Leighton who discovered the star in 1965. Having your surname initial in a stars name is going to be the closest anyone is ever going to get to having a star named after them.

What is the Smallest Star?

A star has to be big enough to start fusion reaction, turning hydrogren into helium etc. Its been said that the gas giant Jupiter is a failed star, its too small to start fusion reaction. It is possible to get a star started with a mass of 7.5% of the Sun. The smallest star would be a red dwarf star like Proxima Centauri which also happens to be our closest star after the Sun. Proxima Centauri is 12% the size of the Sun so it fits the bill of being a candidate of the smallest star. These red dwarf stars are so faint, they can`t be seen from Earth without a telescope. The smallest star that can be seen with the naked eye is 1

Are there any Egg or non-Spherical Stars?

Suprisingly, there are a couple of well know stars, Regulus in the constellation of Leo and Vega in the constellation of Lyra are both non-spherical. Regulus is a four star multiple star system and the largest, Regulus A is slightly oval in shape. It probably caused by the other stars that are orbiting around it pulling at the sides so creating the bulge at the middle. However Vega does not have any companion stars its cause. The thing that makes these two out compared to our Sun is that they rotate faster than our local star, for example, our star roughly rotates at about 4,500 miles per hour whereas Regulus rotates at about 700,000 miles per hour and that clearly influences its shape as well. Its also known that the poles are hotter than the equator on Regulus and is brighter at the poles. ref:Universe Today

What is the closest star to Earth ?

The closest star to the Earth is the Sun which is 149,600,000 km away from us. The next closest star to the Earth is Proxima Centauri which is small red dwarf which latest research seems to be that it has a planet in orbit round it.. The next, non-Centauri and fourth nearest star is a small red dwarf star that is about 4.2 Light Years away from us, it is called Barnard`s Star.

Rogue Stars

Rogue star are stars that are not part of a galaxy, they are free standing. They are also known as Interstellar Stars because they inhabit the regions of intergalatic space. They have somehow escaped the gravital pull of the galaxy that they used to orbit. They were only thought to have existed until 1997 when the first ones were discovered in the Virgo constellation. The ones that were discovered are 300,000 light years away from a galaxy. An example of a Rogue Star is He-0437-5439, a star that is currently on its way out of the Milky Way at three times the orbital speed of our Sun orbiting the galactic centre.

Bayer Classification

In 1603, German astronomer Johann Bayer came up with the Bayer Classification, a way of labelling stars. He used Greek letters to start with to generally indicate the brightest star in the constellation. When he ran out of Greek letters, he would use latin letters capitalised and then carry on all the way up to z, omitting J and V. Generally speaking the brightest star in the constellation is alpha and so on. This is generally the rule but there are some exceptions. Where there were no brightest stars, he would assign the stars according to the location in the constellation. Vela and Puppis have no alpha stars. A star can have a common name such as Regulus, a Bayer Classification of Alpha Leonis and a Hip ID and a Henry Daper name. A star will not always have a common name such as in the case of Delta Centauri. Hip ID is the ID that the Hipparcos satellite assigned to that star.

What is Star Luminosity

Star Luminosity refers to the amount of energy that the star releases in comparison to our Sun. The Sun always has a Solar Luminosity value of 1, a figure that is greater means it releases more energy than the Sun by a factor of how much it is. Generally speaking, a blue star will have a higher luminosity that a red star. There are exceptions to this but generally this is how things are. The Luminosity is also related to the size, a red giant such as UY Scuti will emmit thousands more times of energy than a blue giant star because of its size.

The higher a stars luminosity is, the shorter its life. Proxima Centauri emmits a low amount of luminosity and will live longer than a blue giant such as Regulus.



NameGreek NameConstellationDistance (Lt. Yrs.)
AlmachGamma AndromedaeAndromeda
AlpheratzAlpha AndromedaeAndromeda
MirachBeta AndromedaeAndromeda
NembusUpsilon PerseiAndromeda
TitawinUpsilon AndromedaeAndromeda
AlbaliEpsilon AquariiAquarius
AnchaTheta AquariiAquarius
HydriaEta AquariiAquarius
SadachbiaGamma AquariiAquarius
SadalmelikAlpha AquariiAquarius
SadalsuudBeta AquariiAquarius
SitulaKappa AquariiAquarius
SkatDelta AquariiAquarius
Al ThalimainIota AquilaeAquila
AlshainBeta AquilaeAquila
AltairAlpha AquilaeAquila
BezekEta AquilaeAquila
Deneb el OkabEpsilon AquilaeAquila
LibertasXi AquilaeAquila
TarazedGamma AquilaeAquila
Tseen FooTheta AquilaeAquila
ChooAlpha AraeAra
BoteinDelta ArietisAries
HamalAlpha ArietisAries
MesarthimGamma ArietisAries
SheratanBeta ArietisAries
CapellaAlpha AurigaeAuriga
Capella AbAlpha Aurigae AbAuriga
HaedusZeta AurigaeAuriga
HaldusEpsilon AurigaeAuriga
Hoedus IIEta AurigaeAuriga
KabdhilinanIota AurigaeAuriga
MahasimTheta AurigaeAuriga
MenkalinanBeta AurigaeAuriga
AlkaluropsMu BootisBootes
ArcturusAlpha BootisBootes
Asellus PrimusTheta BootisBootes
Asellus SecundusIota BootisBootes
Asellus TertiusKappa Bootis BBootes
CeginusPhi BootesBootes
IzarEpsilon BootesBootes
MuphridEta BootisBootes
NekkarBeta BootisBootes
SeginusGamma BootisBootes
AcubensAlpha CancriCancer
AltarfBeta CancriCancer
Asellus AustralisDelta CancriCancer
Asellus BorealisGamma CancriCancer
TegmenZeta CancriCancer
CharaBeta Canum VenaticorumCanes Venatici
Cor CaroliAlpha2 Canum VenaticorumCanes Venatici
AdharaEpsilon Canis MajorisCanis Major
AludraEta Canis MajorisCanis Major
FurudZeta Canis MajorisCanis Major
MirzamBeta Canis MajorisCanis Major
MulipheinGamma Canis MajorisCanis Major
SiriusAlpha Canis MajorisCanis Major
Sirius BAlpha Canis Majoris BCanis Major8.6
WezenDelta Canis MajorisCanis Major
GomeisaBeta Canis MinorisCanis Minor
ProcyonAlpha Canis MinorisCanis Minor
Procyon BAlpha Canis Minoris BCanis Minor11.41
Algiedi PrimaAlpha CapricorniCapricornus
Algiedi SecundaAlpha2 CapricorniCapricornus
AlshatNu CapricorniCapricornus
ArmusEta CapricorniCapricornus
DabihBeta CapricorniCapricornus
Deneb AlgediDelta CapricorniCapricornus
KastraEpsilon CapricorniCapricornus
NashiraGamma CapricorniCapricornus
OkulPi CapricorniCapricornus
AspidiskeIota CarinaeCarina
AviorEpsilon CarinaeCarina
CanopusAlpha CarinaeCarina
MiaplacidusBeta CarinaeCarina
AchirdEta CassiopeiaeCassiopeia
CaphBeta CassiopeiaeCassiopeia
CastulaUpsilon CassiopeiaeCassiopeia
CihGamma CassiopeiaeCassiopeia
MarfarkTheta CassiopeiaeCassiopeia
RuchbahDelta CassiopeiaeCassiopeia
SchedarAlpha CassiopeiaeCassiopeia
SeginEpsilon CassiopeiaeCassiopeia
HadarBeta CentauriCentaurus
Ke KwanKappa CentauriCentaurus
MenkentTheta CentauriCentaurus
MuhlifainGamma CentauriCentaurus
Proxima CentauriAlpha Centauri CCentaurus
Rigil KentaurusAlpha CentauriCentaurus
Al Kalb al RaiRho-2 CepheiCepheus
AlderaminAlpha CepheiCepheus
AlfirkBeta CepheiCepheus
AlkurahXi CepheiCepheus
AlrediphDelta CepheiCepheus
ErraiGamma CepheiCepheus
Garnet StarMu CepheiCepheus
Baten KaitosZeta CetiCetus
Deneb AlgenubEta CetiCetus
Deneb Kaitos SchemaliIota CetiCetus
DiphdaBeta CetiCetus
KaffaljidhmaGamma Ceticetus
MenkarAlpha CetiCetus
MiraOmicron CetiCetus
Al KurudTheta ColumbaeColumba
PhactAlpha ColumbaeColumba
WeznBeta ColumbaeColumba
DiademAlpha Comae BerenicesComa Berenices
Alfecca MeridianaAlpha Coronae AustralisCorona Australis
AlpheccaAlpha Coronae BorealisCorona Borealis
NusakanBeta Coronae BorealisCorona Borealis
AlgorabDelta CorviCorvus
Gienah GhurabGamma CorviCorvus
KrazBeta CorviCorvus
MinkarEpsilon CorviCorvus
AlkesAlpha CraterisCrater
AcruxAlpha CrucisCrux
Acrux BAlpha Crucis BCrux320.71
DecruxDelta CrucisCrux
GacruxGamma CrucisCrux
MimosaBeta CrucisCrux
Al FawarisDelta CygniCygnus
Albireo ABeta Cygni ACygnus
AzelfafagePi-1 CygniCygnus
DenebAlpha CygniCygnus
GienahEpsilon CygniCygnus
RuchbaOmega2 CygniCygnus
SadrGamma CygniCygnus
Deneb DulfimEpsilon DelphiniDelphinus
Musica18 DelphiniDelphinus
RotanevBeta DelphiniDelphinus
SualocinAlpha DelphiniDelphinus
AldhibahZeta DraconisDraco
AldhibainEta DraconisDraco
AlrakisMu DraconisDraco
AlsafiSigma DraconisDraco
AltaisDelta DraconisDraco
DsibanPsi1 DraconisDraco
EdasichIota DraconisDraco
EltaninGamma DraconisDraco
GianfarLambda DraconisDraco
GrumiumXi DraconisDraco
KumaNu DraconisDraco
RastabanBeta DraconisDraco
ThubanAlpha DraconisDraco
KitalphaAlpha EquuleiEquuleus
AcamarTheta EridaniEridanus
AchernarAlpha EridaniEridanus
AngetenarTau-2 EridaniEridanus
AzhaEta EridaniEridanus
CursaBeta EridaniEridanus
KeidOmicron-2 EridaniEridanus
RanaDelta EridaniEridanus
SadiraEpsilon EridaniEridanus
TheeminUpsilon-2 EridaniEridanus
ZaurakGamma EridaniEridanus
ZibalZeta EridaniEridanus
AlhenaGamma GeminorumGemini
AlzirrXi GeminorumGemini
CastorAlpha GeminorumGemini
Castor BAlpha Geminorum BGemini
Castor CAlpha Geminorum CGemini
MebsutaEpsilon GeminorumGemini
MekbudaZeta GeminorumGemini
PolluxBeta GeminorumGemini
Tejat PosteriorMu GeminorumGemini
Tejat PriorEta GeminorumGemini
WasatDelta GeminorumGemini
Al NairAlpha GruisGrus
KajamOmega HerculisHercules
KornephorosBeta HerculisHercules
MaasymLambda HerculisHercules
Ras AlgethiAlpha HerculisHercules
RutilicusZeta HerculisHercules
SarinDelta HerculisHercules
AshleshaEpsilon HydraeHydra
HydrobiusZeta HydraeHydra
MinchirSigma HydraeHydra
PersianAlpha IndiIndus
AdhaferaZeta LeonisLeo
Al Minliar al AsadKappa LeonisLeo
AlgiebaGamma LeonisLeo
AlterfLambda LeonisLeo
ChertanTheta LeonisLeo
DenebolaBeta LeonisLeo
Ras Elased AustralisEpsilon LeonisLeo
RasalasMu LeonisLeo
RegulusAlpha LeonisLeo
Regulus BAlpha Leonis BLeo77.49
Regulus CAlpha Leonis CLeo77.49
SubraOmicron LeonisLeo
ZosmaDelta LeonisLeo
ArnebAlpha LeporisLepus
NeshmetMu LeporisLepus
NihalBeta LeporisLepus
BrachiumSigma LibraeLibra
Zuben el AkrabGamma LibraeLibra
Zuben HakrabiEta LibraeLibra
ZubenelgenubiAlpha LibraeLibra
ZubeneschamaliBeta LibraeLibra
HilasmusDelta LupiLupus
Ke KouanBeta LupiLupus
MenAlpha LupiLupus
AladfarEta LyraeLyra
AlathfarMu LyraeLyra
SheliakBeta LyraeLyra
SulafatGamma LyraeLyra
VegaAlpha LyraeLyra
Polaris AustralisSigma OctantisOctans
CebalraiBeta OphiuchiOphiuchus
HanZeta OphiuchiOphiuchus
MarfikLambda OphiuchiOphiuchus
Ras AlhagueAlpha OphiuchiOphiuchus
SabikEta OphiuchiOphiuchus
SinistraNu OphiuchiOphiuchus
Yed PosteriorEpsilon OphiuchiOphiuchus
Yed PriorDelta OphiuchiOphiuchus
AlnilamEpsilon OrionisOrion
AlnitakZeta OrionisOrion
BellatrixGamma OrionisOrion
BetelgeuseAlpha OrionisOrion
MeissaLambda OrionisOrion
MintakaDelta OrionisOrion
Nair Al SaifIota OrionisOrion
RigelBeta OrionisOrion
SaiphKappa OrionisOrion
TabitPi3 OrionisOrion
ThabitUpsilon OrionisOrion
PeacockAlpha PavonisPavo
AlgenibGamma PegasiPegasus
BihamTheta PegasiPegasus
EnifEpsilon PegasiPegasus
HomamZeta PegasiPegasus
JihKappa PegasiPegasus
MarkabAlpha PegasiPegasus
MatarEta PegasiPegasus
SadalbariMu PegasiPegasus
SalmTau PegasiPegasus
ScheatBeta PegasiPegasus
AlgolBeta PerseiPerseus
AtikOmicron PerseiPerseus
Gorgonea TertiaRho PerseiPerseus
MenchibXi PerseiPerseus
MenkibZeta PerseiPerseus
MiramEta PerseiPerseus
MirfakAlpha PerseiPerseus
MisamKappa PerseiPerseus
AnkaaAlpha PhoenicisPhoenix
AlreschaAlpha PisciumPisces
Fum al SamakahBeta PisciumPisces
KahtEpsilon PisciumPisces
Kullat NunuEta PisciumPisces
LinteumDelta PisciumPisces
Torcularis SeptentrionalisOmicron PisciumPisces
FomalhautAlpha Piscis AustriniPiscis Austrinus
AzmidiskeXi PuppisPuppis
HadirSigma PuppisPuppis
MarkebKappa PuppisPuppis
NaosZeta PuppisPuppis
TureisRho PuppisPuppis
ShamAlpha SagittaeSagitta
AlbaldahPi SagittariiSagittarius
AlramiAlpha SagittariiSagittarius
Arkab PosteriorBeta-2 SagittariiSagittarius
Arkab PriorBeta-1 SagittariiSagittarius
AscellaZeta SagittariiSagittarius
Kaus AustralisEpsilon SagittariiSagittarius
Kaus BorealisLambda SagittariiSagittarius
NunkiSigma SagittariiSagittarius
TerebellumOmega SagittariiSagittarius
AcrabBeta ScorpiiScorpius
AlniyatSigma ScorpiiScorpius
AlniyatTau ScorpiiScorpius
AntaresAlpha ScorpiiScorpius
DschubbaDelta ScorpiiScorpius
GirtabKappa ScorpiiScorpius
GraffiasXi ScorpiiScorpius
JabbahNu ScorpiiScorpius
LesathUpsilon ScorpiiScorpius
SargasTheta ScorpiiScorpius
ShaulaLambda ScorpiiScorpius
WeiEpsilon ScorpiiScorpius
AlyaTheta SerpentisSerpens
UnukalhaiAlpha SerpentisSerpens
AinEpsilon TauriTaurus
AlcyoneEta TauriTaurus
AldebaranAlpha TauriTaurus
Asterope I21 TauriTaurus
Asterope II22 TauriTaurus
Atlas27 TauriTaurus
Celaeno16 TauriTaurus
Electra17 TauriTaurus
ElnathBeta TauriTaurus
Hyadum IGamma TauriTaurus
Hyadum IIDelta-1 TauriTaurus
KleeiaDelta-3 TauriTaurus
Maia20 TauriTaurus
Merope23 TauriTaurus
Pleione28 TauriTaurus
Taygeta19 TauriTaurus
Tien KwanZeta TauriTaurus
UshakaronXi TauriTaurus
Caput TrianguliAlpha TrianguliTriangulum
AtriaAlpha Trianguli AustralisTriangulum Australe
BetriaBeta Trianguli AustralisTriangulum Australe
GatriaGamma Trianguli AustralisTriangulum Australe
Al KaphrahChi Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
AlcorZeta Ursae Majoris Ursa Major
AliothEpsilon Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
AlkaidEta Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
Alula AustralisXi Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
Alula BorealisNu Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
DubheAlpha Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
MegrezDelta Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
MerakBeta Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
MizarZeta Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
MuscidaOmicron Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
PhecdaGamma Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
SarirTheta Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
TalithaIota Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
Talitha AustralisKappa Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
Tania AustralisMu Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
Tania BorealisLambda Ursae MajorisUrsa Major
Akhfa al FarkadainZeta Ursae MinorisUrsa Minor
Anwar Al FarkadainEta Ursae MinorisUrsa Minor
KochabBeta Ursae MinorisUrsa Minor
PherkadGamma Ursae MinorisUrsa Minor
PolarisAlpha Ursae MinorisUrsa Minor
Polaris AbAlpha Ursae Minoris AbUrsa Minor431.43
Polaris BAlpha Ursae Minoris BUrsa Minor431.43
YildunDelta Ursae MinorisUrsa MInor
Koo SheDelta VelorumVela
RegorGamma VelorumVela
SuhailLambda VelorumVela
Tseen KeePhi VelorumVela
AlaraphBeta VirginisVirgo
AuvaDelta VirginisVirgo
CaphirTheta VirginisVirgo
HezeZeta VirginisVirgo
KhambaliaLambda VirginisVirgo
PorrimaGamma VirginisVirgo
Rijl al AwwaMu VirginisVirgo
SpicaAlpha VirginisVirgo
SyrmaIota VirginisVirgo
VindemiatrixEpsilon VirginisVirgo
ZaniahEta VirginisVirgo
Lucida AnserisAlpha VulpeculaeVulpecula

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