List of stars in Canes Venatici

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

Name B F Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
Cor Caroli α2 12 112413 63125 12h 56m 01.84s +38° 19′ 05.7″ 2.89 0.25 114 A0spe... prototype α² CVn variable, Vmax = 2.86m, Vmin = 2.93m, P = 5.46939 d; binary star with α1 CVn
β CVn β 8 109358 61317 12h 33m 45.09s +41° 21′ 24.4″ 4.24 4.63 27 G0V Chara, Asterion; solar analog; suspected variable, Vmax = 4.24m, Vmin = 4.29m
24 CVn 24 118232 66234 13h 34m 27.37s +49° 00′ 57.3″ 4.68 0.85 190 A5V suspected variable, Vmax = 4.60m, Vmin = 4.70m
20 CVn 20 AO 115604 64844 13h 17m 32.64s +40° 34′ 21.2″ 4.72 0.00 286 F3III δ Sct variable, Vmax = 4.7m, Vmin = 4.75m, P = 0.12168 d
AW CVn AW 120933 67665 13h 51m 47.49s +34° 26′ 39.5″ 4.76 −1.58 604 K5III semiregular variable, Vmax = 4.72m, Vmin = 4.81m
5 CVn 5 107950 60485 12h 24m 01.48s +51° 33′ 44.0″ 4.77 −0.64 393 G7III suspected eclipsing binary, ΔV = 0.07m
25 CVn 25 118623 66458 13h 37m 27.70s +36° 17′ 41.4″ 4.82 0.97 192 A7III binary star
HR 5110 BH 118216 66257 13h 34m 47.75s +37° 10′ 56.8″ 4.91 1.67 145 F2IV SB RS CVn variable, ΔV = 0.07m, P = 2.61317 d
HD 115004 115004 64540 13h 13m 42.98s +40° 09′ 10.3″ 4.94 −1.08 522 K0III
6 CVn 6 108225 60646 12h 25m 51.00s +39° 01′ 07.3″ 5.01 0.79 227 G8III-IV variable star, ΔV = 0.006m, P = 157.23270 d
21 CVn 21 BK 115735 64906 13h 18m 14.54s +49° 40′ 55.3″ 5.13 0.51 275 A0V α² CVn variable, ΔV = 0.04m
14 CVn 14 113797 63901 13h 05m 44.46s +35° 47′ 55.9″ 5.20 0.51 282 B9V suspected variable, Vmax = 5.10m, Vmin = 5.29m
3 CVn 3 107274 60122 12h 19m 48.72s +48° 59′ 02.9″ 5.28 −0.72 517 M0III suspected variable
HD 109317 109317 61309 12h 33m 38.90s +33° 14′ 51.6″ 5.42 0.86 266 K0IIICN...
La Superba Y 110914 62223 12h 45m 07.83s +45° 26′ 24.8″ 5.42 −1.27 710 C7Iab semiregular variable, Vmax = 4.86m, Vmin = 5.88m, P = 267.8 d
HD 120164 120164 67250 13h 46m 59.87s +38° 32′ 33.9″ 5.51 0.67 304 K0III+...
23 CVn 23 116010 65072 13h 20m 19.00s +40° 09′ 02.0″ 5.60 −0.91 655 K1III
α1 CVn α1 12 112412 63121 12h 56m 00.60s +38° 18′ 52.9″ 5.61 120.2 F0V component of the Cor Caroli system
HD 120420 120420 67384 13h 48m 38.74s +31° 11′ 24.4″ 5.61 0.71 311 K0III
HD 113847 113847 63916 13h 05m 52.28s +45° 16′ 06.6″ 5.64 −0.21 483 K1III suspected variable, Vmax = 5.64m, Vmin = 5.84m
2 CVn 2 106690 59831 12h 16m 07.54s +40° 39′ 36.9″ 5.69 −1.35 834 M1III
TU CVn TU 112264 63024 12h 54m 56.54s +47° 11′ 48.3″ 5.75 −0.92 704 M5III semiregular variable, Vmax = 5.50m, Vmin = 6.2m, P = 44.2 d
19 CVn 19 115271 64692 13h 15m 32.05s +40° 51′ 18.6″ 5.77 1.39 245 A7V
HD 115723 115723 64927 13h 18m 27.71s +34° 05′ 53.9″ 5.81 −0.14 504 K4.5III
HD 111604 DT 111604 62641 12h 50m 10.81s +37° 31′ 00.8″ 5.87 0.50 387 A3V δ Sct variable
HD 116957 116957 65550 13h 26m 16.58s +46° 01′ 41.2″ 5.88 0.68 357 K0III:
HD 120047 120047 67194 13h 46m 13.63s +41° 05′ 19.9″ 5.88 2.33 167 A5V
HD 120819 120819 67605 13h 51m 09.21s +34° 39′ 52.3″ 5.89 −0.69 676 M2III variable star, ΔV = 0.010m, P = 7.94786 d
17 CVn 17 114447 64246 13h 10m 03.27s +38° 29′ 55.9″ 5.91 1.95 202 A9III-IV γ Dor variable, ΔV = 0.008m, P = 0.69004 d
HD 121164 121164 67782 13h 53m 10.36s +28° 38′ 53.0″ 5.91 1.86 211 A7V
HD 120048 120048 67210 13h 46m 19.10s +38° 30′ 13.2″ 5.92 0.46 403 G9III
10 CVn 10 110897 62207 12h 44m 59.68s +39° 16′ 42.9″ 5.95 4.75 57 G0V
HD 119458 119458 66907 13h 42m 43.42s +34° 59′ 20.4″ 5.98 0.11 486 G5III
HD 114357 114357 64212 13h 09m 38.72s +37° 25′ 23.3″ 6.01 1.20 299 K3III
HD 115810 115810 64979 13h 19m 04.27s +35° 07′ 40.6″ 6.01 1.94 213 F0IV
4 CVn 4 AI 107904 60467 12h 23m 47.08s +42° 32′ 33.8″ 6.03 0.98 334 F3IV δ Sct variable, Vmax = 5.89m, Vmin = 6.15m, P = 0.2085 d
HD 117710 117710 65951 13h 31m 15.84s +42° 06′ 21.9″ 6.07 1.53 263 K2III
CL CVn CL 116581 65376 13h 23m 53.92s +37° 02′ 02.2″ 6.10 −1.74 1207 M3III slow irregular variable, ΔV = ~0.10m
HD 112570 112570 63211 12h 57m 07.80s +46° 10′ 36.9″ 6.12 0.99 344 K0III-IV suspected variable, Vmax = 6.12m, Vmin = 6.5m
7 CVn 7 108845 60988 12h 30m 03.10s +51° 32′ 08.1″ 6.21 2.94 147 F7V
HD 119035 119035 66690 13h 40m 15.63s +31° 00′ 42.5″ 6.21 0.12 540 G5II:
HD 119081 119081 66725 13h 40m 39.12s +28° 03′ 54.5″ 6.22 0.88 382 K3III
HD 109345 109345 61320 12h 33m 47.41s +33° 23′ 04.9″ 6.24 0.94 374 K0III
11 CVn 11 111421 62516 12h 48m 41.86s +48° 28′ 00.5″ 6.25 0.49 463 A6m
HD 112171 112171 62972 12h 54m 13.15s +33° 32′ 03.9″ 6.25 1.89 243 A7IV
15 CVn 15 114376 64217 13h 09m 42.04s +38° 32′ 01.9″ 6.25 −1.48 1144 B7III
HD 122675 122675 68567 14h 02m 12.17s +45° 45′ 13.1″ 6.28 0.17 544 K2III
HD 119445 119445 66892 13h 42m 28.87s +41° 40′ 27.3″ 6.30 −1.00 942 G6III
HD 121682 121682 68065 13h 56m 10.54s +32° 01′ 56.9″ 6.31 2.01 236 F4IV-V
HD 107610 107610 60305 12h 21m 56.30s +47° 10′ 56.1″ 6.33 1.46 307 K2III
HD 110834 110834 62172 12h 44m 27.12s +44° 06′ 10.8″ 6.34 1.54 298 F6IV
HD 116303 116303 65230 13h 22m 03.97s +43° 54′ 12.0″ 6.34 0.60 458 A7m suspected variable, Vmax = 6.34m, Vmin = 6.37m
9 CVn 9 109980 61692 12h 38m 46.30s +40° 52′ 28.9″ 6.35 2.27 213 A7Vn suspected variable
HD 118156 118156 66223 13h 34m 21.85s +38° 47′ 21.2″ 6.37 2.20 223 F0IV
HD 110066 AX 110066 61748 12h 39m 16.85s +35° 57′ 07.1″ 6.39 0.44 505 A0p SrCrEu α² CVn variable, Vmax = 6.32m, Vmin = 6.55m, P = 4900 d
HD 117361 117361 65754 13h 28m 45.80s +50° 43′ 07.5″ 6.42 1.97 253 F0IV
HD 120600 120600 67483 13h 49m 44.98s +36° 37′ 58.0″ 6.43 2.37 212 A7IV-V
HD 121197 121197 67778 13h 53m 08.44s +40° 20′ 16.8″ 6.48 −1.64 1370 K5
HD 117261 117261 65723 13h 28m 26.23s +40° 43′ 47.2″ 6.49 0.88 432 G8III
HD 111572 111572 62600 12h 49m 38.05s +48° 44′ 24.2″ 6.50 0.58 497 K1III suspected variable, Vmax = 6.47m, Vmin = 6.53m
HD 114975 114975 64530 13h 13m 35.94s +36° 53′ 15.3″ 6.50 −1.58 1347 M0
V CVn V 115898 65006 13h 19m 27.77s +45° 31′ 37.7″ 6.74 2260 M6IIIa semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.52m, Vmin = 8.56m, P = 191.89 d
HD 108100 DD 108100 60571 12h 24m 13.93s +42° 51′ 17.0″ 7.15 267.4 F2V γ Dor variable, ΔV = 0.04m, P = 0.754307 d
BM CVn BM 116204 65187 13h 21m 32.26s +38° 52′ 49.5″ 7.21 368 K2III RS CVn variable, ΔV = 0.06m, P = 21.7 d
R CVn R 120499 67410 13h 48m 57.20s +39° 32′ 34.0″ 7.40 3130 M6IIIe Mira variable, Vmax = 6.5m, Vmin = 12.9m, P = 328.53 d
HD 109995 109995 61696 12h 38m 47.60s +39° 18′ 31.6″ 7.64 891 A0p horizontal-branch star
HD 115781 BL 115781 64956 13h 18m 51.94s +33° 26′ 19.3″ 8.13 691 K1III rotating ellipsoidal variable, ΔV = 0.24m, P = 18.692 d
RS CVn RS 114519 64293 13h 10m 36.91s +35° 56′ 05.6″ 8.23 352 F4V+... prototype RS CVn variable, Vmax = 7.93m, Vmin = 9.14m, P = 4.797887 d
TT CVn TT 112869 63389 12h 59m 22.64s +37° 49′ 03.7″ 8.91 Rp... semiregular variable
HD 115444 115444 64786 13h 16m 42.46s +36° 22′ 52.7″ 8.97 918 G9V barium star
TX CVn TX 12h 44m 22.07s +36° 45′ 50.7″ 9.34 B1-B9Veq + K0III-M4 Z And and rotating ellipsoidal variable, Vmax = 9.34m, Vmin = 10.28m, P = 199.75 d
VZ CVn VZ 117777 66017 13h 32m 03.39s +28° 35′ 04.9″ 9.35 1460 F3V + F6V Algol and γ Dor variable, Vmax = 9.17m, Vmin = 9.72m, P = 0.84246163 d
Gliese 521 66625 13h 39m 24.10s +46° 11′ 11.4″ 10.26 42.41 M2.0V possibly has a planet
BI CVn BI 63701 13h 03m 16.41s +36° 37′ 00.6″ 10.31 782 F9V W UMa variable, Vmax = 10.26m, Vmin = 10.71m, P = 0.38416 d
W CVn W 68908 14h 06m 27.98s +37° 49′ 41.5″ 10.49 4900 F2III RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 10.03m, Vmin = 10.96m, P = 0.5517588 d
Gliese 490 BF 63253 12h 57m 40.26s +35° 13′ 30.0″ 10.52 62.78 M0.0V binary star; BY Dra variable and flare star, Vmax = 10.5m, Vmin = 10.6m, P = 3.17 d
ST CVn ST 68188 13h 57m 34.06s +29° 51′ 28.7″ 11.21 A1 RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 11.04m, Vmin = 11.6m, P = 0.329045 d
UZ CVn UZ 61029 12h 30m 27.70s +40° 30′ 32.0″ 12.11 964 A8 RR Lyr variable
Z CVn Z 12h 49m 45.37s +43° 46′ 25.1″ 12.12 A5 RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 11.46m, Vmin = 12.36m, P = 0.653819 d
DG CVn DG 13h 31m 46.62s +29° 16′ 36.7″ 12.19 25.9 M4.0V flare star and BY Dra variable
HAT-P-36 12h 33m 03s +44° 54′ 55″ 12.26 1034 has a transiting planet (b)
UX CVn UX 12h 14m 48.54s +36° 38′ 49.3″ B2 rotating ellipsoidal variable and eclipsing binary
HAT-P-12 13h 57m 33.48s +43° 29′ 36.7″ 12.84 K5 has a transiting planet
AM CVn AM 12h 34m 54.60s +37° 37′ 44.1″ 14.18 330 DBp prototype AM CVn star
GD 154 BG 13h 09m 57.69s +35° 09′ 47.1″ 15.33 DA4.4 ZZ Cet variable, ΔV = 0.09m, P = 0.013727 d
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