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List of Named Stars in Dorado

As there's so many stars in the cosmos, not all the stars are listed here. The site has lots of stars not listed so if your star isn't listed and you know the Henry Draper or Hipparcos ID, type https://www.universeguide.com/star/ then followed by the HIPNNNNNN or HDNNNN where NNNNN is the number part of the name. The stars that I do list have either a traditional name, a bayer or other classification name.

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StarDistance (Lt. Yrs.)Spectral TypeColourDeclinationRight Ascension
AB Doradus49.47K1III(p)orange to red -65d 26` 56.2 05h 28m 44.78
Alpha Doradus168.65A0V:blue -55d 02` 42.0 04h 33m 59.72
BB DoradusNUndetermined 05d 29` 28.5850788827 05h 29m 28.5850788827
Beta Doradus1006.68F6Iablue to white -62d 29` 23.5 05h 33m 37.52
Delta Doradus149.62A7Vblue -65d 44` 07.9 05h 44m 46.42
Epsilon Doradus574.23B6Vblue -66d 54` 04.4 05h 49m 53.55
Eta1 Doradus321.66A0Vblue -66d 02` 22.9 06h 06m 09.36
Eta2 Doradus640.79M2.5IIIred -65d 35` 22.9 06h 11m 15.02
Gamma Doradus66.74F4IIIblue to white -51d 29` 13.5 04h 16m 01.49
HE 0437-5439BVblue -54 d 33` 86 04h 38m 12.772
HR 1960763.85B9.5Vblue -66d 33` 37.1 05h 36m 54.99
Kappa Doradus218.61A8/A9III/IVblue -59d 43` 58.2 04h 44m 21.12
Lambda Doradus458.09G6IIIwhite to yellow -58d 54` 45.4 05h 26m 19.28
Melnick 421630.00O2If* Cblue -69d 05` 55.19 05h 38m 42.12
Nu Doradus299.78B8Vblue -68d 50` 36.4 06h 08m 44.34
Pi1 Doradus618.91K5IIIorange to red -69d 59` 02.9 06h 22m 38.23
Pi2 Doradus270.00G8IIIwhite to yellow -69d 41` 26.8 06h 25m 28.65
R Doradus178.13M8ered -62d 04` 37.1 04h 36m 45.68
R136a1, Most Massive Star in the UniverseWN5hUndetermined -69 d 06` 02.2 05h 38m 42.43
RW Doradus307.70Gwhite to yellow -68d 13` 33.2 05h 18m 32.39
S Doradus -69d 15` 01.10 05h 18m 14.35
Theta Doradus491.21K2IIIorange to red -67d 11` 07.3 05h 13m 45.43
VFTS 102163081.67O9:Vnnne+ Cblue -69d 09` 51.04 05h 37m 39.248
VFTS 352, Spectroscopic Binary120801.24 O4.5V(n)((fc)):z:+O5.5V(n)((fc)):z: CUndetermined -69 11 19.134790412 05 38 28.4557395709
WASP-62521.86F7blue to white -63d 59` 18.00 05h 48m 34.00
WOH G64M5Ired -68 20` 29.81 04h 55m 10
WZ Doradus565.27M3IIIred -63d 23` 58.5 05h 07m 34.01
XY Doradus1249.67M1IIIred -51d 33` 53.9 04h 00m 15.53
XZ Doradus1449.61M2IIIred -56d 39` 59.9 04h 49m 04.76
Zeta Doradus37.98F7Vblue to white -57d 28` 22.8 05h 05m 30.69

Dorado Constellation's Star Breakdown

Type Breakdown

KLight Orange Star 3,700 - 5,200k156
FYellow-White 6,000 - 7,500k123
GYellow 5,200 - 6,000k97
AWhite 7,500 - 10,000k77
MRed Dwarf Star <3,700k29
BBlue-White 10,500 - 30,000k25
OBlue Star >33,000k1

Size Breakdown

IIINormal Giant209
VMain Sequence190
IaLuminous Supergiant12
IIBright Giant3
IabIntermediate Luminous Supergiant3
IbLess Luminous Supergiant2

Breakdown of Dwarf Stars by Type

sdsd Type SubDwarf Star2

Breakdown of Carbon Stars by Type

SS-Type Carbon Star2
RR-Type Carbon Star1

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