List of stars in Norma

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This is the list of notable stars in the constellation Norma, sorted by decreasing brightness.

Name B Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
γ2 Nor γ2 146686 80000 16h 19m 50.57s −50° 09′ 19.4″ 4.01 1.05 127 G8III
ε Nor ε 147971 80582 16h 27m 11.05s −47° 33′ 17.0″ 4.46 −0.98 400 B4V binary star
ι1 Nor ι1 143474 78662 16h 03m 32.22s −57° 46′ 29.5″ 4.63 1.46 140 A7IV multiple star
η Nor η 143546 78639 16h 03m 12.86s −49° 13′ 47.0″ 4.65 0.53 218 G8III
δ Nor δ 144197 78914 16h 06m 29.42s −45° 10′ 23.8″ 4.73 1.84 123 Am
μ Nor μ 149038 81122 16h 34m 05.02s −44° 02′ 43.1″ 4.91 −5.91 4657 B0Ia α Cyg variable, Vmax = 4.87m, Vmin = 4.98m
κ Nor κ 145397 79509 16h 13m 28.73s −54° 37′ 49.5″ 4.95 −0.69 438 G4III
γ1 Nor γ1 146143 79790 16h 17m 00.94s −50° 04′ 05.2″ 4.97 −3.25 1436 F9Ia
θ Nor θ 145842 79653 16h 15m 15.35s −47° 22′ 18.9″ 5.13 0.35 295 B8V
HD 147152 147152 80208 16h 22m 28.01s −49° 34′ 20.2″ 5.32 −0.84 556 B6IV
QU Nor QU 148379 80782 16h 29m 42.33s −46° 14′ 35.6″ 5.35 −2.47 1194 B1.5Iap α Cyg variable, Vmax = 5.27m, Vmin = 5.41m, P = 4.818 d
HD 139129 139129 76618 15h 38m 49.50s −52° 22′ 21.4″ 5.43 −0.30 457 B9V
λ Nor λ 146667 79963 16h 19m 17.64s −42° 40′ 26.2″ 5.44 −0.34 468 A3Vn
V368 Nor V368 146003 79754 16h 16m 43.27s −53° 48′ 40.0″ 5.45 −1.51 805 M2IV semiregular variable
ι2 Nor ι2 144480 79153 16h 09m 18.56s −57° 56′ 03.0″ 5.57 0.97 271 B9V
HD 145782 145782 79689 16h 15m 49.81s −57° 54′ 44.0″ 5.61 0.34 370 A5III suspected variable
HD 147977 147977 80675 16h 28m 15.18s −58° 35′ 59.0″ 5.67 −0.92 679 B9III
V360 Nor V360 141318 77645 15h 51m 06.81s −55° 03′ 19.9″ 5.74 −4.51 3663 B2II α Cyg variable
HD 146690 146690 80054 16h 20m 25.23s −55° 08′ 22.8″ 5.76 0.53 363 G6III
HD 141168 141168 77562 15h 50m 07.11s −53° 12′ 34.8″ 5.78 0.55 362 B8V
HD 142049 142049 77990 15h 55m 32.42s −60° 10′ 38.9″ 5.78 2.18 171 Amvar
ζ Nor ζ 145361 79497 16h 13m 22.80s −55° 32′ 27.0″ 5.78 1.53 231 F2III
HD 141194 141194 77541 15h 49m 57.52s −48° 54′ 44.6″ 5.86 1.99 194 A2IV
HD 147225 147225 80212 16h 22m 29.07s −43° 54′ 43.3″ 5.89 −1.63 1042 G2Ib
HD 139211 139211 76716 15h 39m 56.69s −59° 54′ 28.1″ 5.95 3.50 101 F6V
HD 141544 141544 77678 15h 51m 31.52s −47° 03′ 38.6″ 6.00 0.35 439 K1IV
HD 139871 139871 76935 15h 42m 37.23s −49° 29′ 22.2″ 6.02 0.02 517 K2III
V367 Nor V367 145384 79490 16h 13m 16.97s −53° 40′ 16.2″ 6.03 −4.87 4939 M0III irregular variable
HD 140979 140979 77454 15h 48m 50.42s −52° 26′ 17.6″ 6.05 −0.82 773 K2/K3III
V378 Nor V378 148218 80788 16h 29m 45.22s −57° 45′ 22.7″ 6.09 −2.27 1531 G8Ib Cepheid variable
HD 142919 142919 78355 15h 59m 54.15s −54° 01′ 15.2″ 6.10 −1.88 1289 B5IV
HD 141296 141296 77574 15h 50m 16.28s −45° 24′ 05.9″ 6.11 2.85 147 F0V
HD 143101 143101 78469 16h 01m 06.51s −54° 34′ 40.1″ 6.12 0.43 448 A7III
HD 145921 145921 79661 16h 15m 23.98s −42° 53′ 57.9″ 6.14 1.76 245 K2III
HD 144183 144183 78989 16h 07m 24.09s −56° 11′ 27.4″ 6.16 −1.81 1278 F2II
T Nor T 140041 77058 15h 44m 03.84s −54° 59′ 12.5″ 6.20 903 M4+B Mira variable, Vmax = 6.2m, Vmin = 13.6m, P = 244 d
HD 146145 146145 79812 16h 17m 20.97s −53° 05′ 10.6″ 6.30 1.85 253 A7V
HD 142529 142529 78117 15h 57m 03.95s −48° 09′ 42.9″ 6.31 2.84 161 F1IV
HD 147614 147614 80421 16h 24m 54.14s −45° 20′ 58.1″ 6.32 1.51 299 A2/A3V
HD 143321 143321 78540 16h 02m 04.49s −51° 07′ 14.6″ 6.38 −0.35 723 B5V
HD 143548 143548 78710 16h 04m 06.20s −59° 10′ 34.2″ 6.40 −3.10 2587 K1II/III
HD 146059 146059 79787 16h 16m 58.99s −53° 41′ 45.5″ 6.40 2.11 236 G5V
HD 140274 140274 77138 15h 44m 59.61s −50° 47′ 07.5″ 6.41 1.44 321 A3V
S Nor S 146323 79932 16h 18m 51.82s −57° 53′ 59.2″ 6.45 −3.18 2741 F9Ib Cepheid variable, Vmax = 6.12m, Vmin = 6.77m, P = 9.75411 d; member of the NGC 6087 star cluster
HD 139915 139915 77042 15h 43m 55.28s −60° 17′ 13.9″ 6.46 −1.62 1347 G0Ib
QY Nor QY 143658 78731 16h 04m 21.32s −53° 42′ 37.2″ 6.46 −1.08 1048 B9II/IIIp.. α² CVn variable, ΔV = 0.014m, P = 5.2 d
HD 148937 148937 81180 16h 33m 52.39s −48° 06′ 40.5″ 6.71 1390 O5.5-6f?p spectroscopic binary; misclassified as a planetary nebula
HD 142415 142415 78169 15h 57m 40.79s −60° 12′ 00.9″ 7.34 4.65 113 G1V has a planet (b)
HD 148156 148156 80680 16h 28m 17.28s −46° 19′ 03.4″ 7.71 4.09 173 G1V has a planet (b)
HD 139084 V343 139084 76629 15h 38m 57.54s −57° 42′ 27.3″ 7.98 125.6 K0V T Tauri star, ΔV = 0.092m, P = 4.29 d
R Nor R 138743 76377 15h 35m 57.35s −49° 30′ 28.6″ 8.00 1.55 635 M3e Mira variable, Vmax = 6.5m, Vmin = 13.9m, P = 507.5 d
IM Nor IM 15h 39m 26.46s −52° 19′ 18.0″ 8.5 recurrent nova and eclipsing binary, Vmax = 8.5m, Vmin = 18.5m, P = 0.10263312 d
QZ Nor QZ 144972 16h 11m 20.46s −54° 21′ 14.8″ 8.71 F6Iab: Cepheid variable, Vmax = 8.71m, Vmin = 9.03m, P = 3.786008 d
HD 143361 143361 78521 16h 01m 50.35s −44° 26′ 04.3″ 9.16 5.29 194 G6V has a planet (b)
HD 330075 330075 77517 15h 49m 37.69s −49° 57′ 48.7″ 9.36 5.86 164 G5 has a planet (b)
RS Nor RS 78797 16h 05m 09.96s −53° 55′ 09.9″ 10.09 1240 F6 Cepheid variable, Vmax = 9.62m, Vmin = 10.39m, P = 6.19814 d
RT Nor RT 80365 16h 24m 18.65s −59° 20′ 38.7″ 10.60 R R CrB variable, Vmax = 9.8m, Vmin = 14.7m
RZ Nor RZ 16h 32m 41.66s −53° 15′ 33.2″ 10.63 R CrB variable, Vmax = 10.2m, Vmin = <16.2m, P = 36.8 d
TW Nor TW 78771 16h 04m 55.22s −51° 57′ 12.7″ 11.17 Cepheid variable, Vmax = 11.17m, Vmin = 12.22m, P = 10.78618 d
HD 330036 330036 77662 15h 51m 15.93s −48° 44′ 58.4″ 11.28 2230 FIII-IV Emission-line star; misclassified as a planetary nebula
V346 Nor V346 16h 32m 32.19s −44° 55′ 30.7″ 16.3 FU Ori variable, Vmax = 16.3m, Vmin = 17.23m
XTE J1550-564 V381 15h 50m 58.78s −56° 28′ 35.0″ 16.6 K3III X-ray nova, Vmax = 15.6m, Vmin = <21.4m, P = 1.5420333 d
Hen 2-147 V347 16h 14m 01.10s −56° 59′ 28.0″ M8/9e Mira variable; misclassified as a planetary nebula
1E 161348-5055 16h 17.5m −51° 02′ 10000 unusual neutron star in RCW 103
SGR J1550-5418 15h 50m 54.11s −54° 18′ 23.7″ 30000 soft gamma repeater
4U 1538-52 QV 15h 42m 23.36s −52° 23′ 09.6″ B0Iab X-ray pulsar
4U 1608-52 QX 16h 12m 43.0s −52° 25′ 23″ X-ray burster, Vmax = 11.17m, Vmin = 12.22m, P = 10.78618 d
4U 1624-490 16h 28m 02.83s −49° 11′ 54.6″ Low-mass X-ray binary
4U 1630-47 16h 34m 01.61s −47° 23′ 34.8″ Low-mass X-ray binary
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