List of stars in Lyra

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

Name B F Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
Vega α 3 172167 91262 18h 36m 56.19s +38° 46′ 58.8″ 0.03 0.58 25 A0Vvar Wega, Fidis, Harp Star, Al Nesr al Waki, Vulture Cadens;[1] 5th brightest star, has a dust disk; δ Sct variable, Vmax = -0.02m, Vmin = 0.07m, P = 0.19 d
γ Lyr γ 14 176437 93194 18h 58m 56.62s +32° 41′ 22.4″ 3.25 −3.20 634 B9III Sulafat, Sulaphat; suspected variable, Vmax = 3.23m, Vmin = 3.26m
β Lyr A β 10 174638 92420 18h 50m 04.79s +33° 21′ 45.6″ 3.52 −3.64 881 A8:V comp SB Sheliak, Shelyak, Shiliak; prototype β Lyr variable, Vmax = 3.30m, Vmin = 4.35m, P = 12.94061713 d
R Lyr 13 R 175865 92862 18h 55m 20.09s +43° 56′ 45.2″ 4.08 −1.07 349 M5IIIvar semiregular variable, Vmax = 3.81m, Vmin = 4.44m, P = 46 d
δ2 Lyr δ2 12 175588 92791 18h 54m 30.29s +36° 53′ 55.0″ 4.22 −2.98 898 M4IIvar semiregular variable, Vmax = 4.22m, Vmin = 4.33m
κ Lyr κ 1 168775 89826 18h 19m 51.72s +36° 03′ 52.0″ 4.33 0.02 238 K2IIIvar suspected variable, Vmax = 4.31m, Vmin = 4.35m
ζ1 Lyr ζ1 6 173648 91971 18h 44m 46.34s +37° 36′ 18.2″ 4.34 0.97 154 Am variable star, ΔV = 0.003m, P = 1.53243 d
θ Lyr θ 21 180809 94713 19h 16m 22.10s +38° 08′ 01.4″ 4.35 −2.51 769 K0II suspected variable, Vmax = 4.32m, Vmin = 4.37m
η Lyr η 20 180163 94481 19h 13m 45.49s +39° 08′ 45.5″ 4.43 −3.09 1042 B2.5IV Aladfar; variable star, ΔV = 0.005m, P = 19.73944 d
ε2 Lyr A ε2 5 173607 91926 18h 44m 22.78s +39° 36′ 45.3″ 4.60 1.13 160 A8Vn component of the ε Lyr system; binary star; suspected variable, ΔV = 0.02m
ε1 Lyr A ε1 4 173582 91919 18h 44m 20.34s +39° 40′ 11.9″ 4.67 1.19 162 F1V component of the ε Lyr system; binary star
HD 173780 173780 92088 18h 46m 04.47s +26° 39′ 43.5″ 4.83 0.39 252 K3III
λ Lyr λ 15 176670 93279 19h 00m 00.82s +32° 08′ 43.8″ 4.94 −3.43 1538 K3III suspected variable
16 Lyr 16 177196 93408 19h 01m 26.36s +46° 56′ 06.1″ 5.00 2.04 128 A7V suspected variable, Vmax = 5.00m, Vmin = 5.09m
μ Lyr μ 2 169702 90191 18h 24m 13.80s +39° 30′ 26.1″ 5.11 −0.55 441 A3IVn Alathfar, Al Athfar
HD 176051 176051 93017 18h 57m 01.47s +32° 54′ 05.8″ 5.20 4.32 49 G0V has a planet (b)
17 Lyr 17 178449 93917 19h 07m 25.50s +32° 30′ 06.0″ 5.20 2.16 132 F0V
ν Lyr ν, ν2 9 174602 92405 18h 49m 52.92s +32° 33′ 03.9″ 5.22 0.90 238 A3V
ι Lyr ι 18 178475 93903 19h 07m 18.13s +36° 06′ 00.6″ 5.25 −1.78 832 B6IV Be star
HD 176527 176527 93256 18h 59m 45.43s +26° 13′ 49.6″ 5.26 0.12 348 K2III suspected RS CVn variable
ε2 Lyr B ε2 5 173608 18h 44m 22.90s +39° 36′ 46.0″ 5.37 component of the ε Lyr system
HD 172044 172044 91235 18h 36m 37.35s +33° 28′ 08.5″ 5.41 −0.61 522 B8II-IIIp.. suspected α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 5.40m, Vmin = 5.45m
HD 175740 175740 92831 18h 54m 52.18s +41° 36′ 09.8″ 5.46 0.89 267 G8III
HD 171301 171301 90923 18h 32m 49.95s +30° 33′ 15.1″ 5.47 0.22 365 B8IV
HD 178233 178233 93843 19h 06m 37.68s +28° 37′ 42.2″ 5.53 2.48 133 F0III
HD 167965 167965 89482 18h 15m 38.78s +42° 09′ 33.6″ 5.56 −0.53 540 B7IV variable star, ΔV = 0.008m, P = 0.57460 d
δ1 Lyr δ1 11 175426 92728 18h 53m 43.56s +36° 58′ 18.2″ 5.58 −2.02 1079 B2.5V suspected variable, Vmax = 5.56m, Vmin = 5.62m
HD 177808 177808 93718 19h 04m 57.82s +31° 44′ 39.3″ 5.63 −0.72 606 M0III
HD 175443 175443 92768 18h 54m 13.25s +27° 54′ 34.9″ 5.64 0.17 405 K4III
HD 173417 173417 91883 18h 43m 51.61s +31° 55′ 36.9″ 5.68 2.10 169 F1III-IV
HD 176871 176871 93393 19h 01m 17.36s +26° 17′ 29.2″ 5.69 −0.96 697 B5V
ζ2 Lyr ζ2 7 173649 91973 18h 44m 48.19s +37° 35′ 40.4″ 5.73 2.41 150 F0IVvar suspected variable, Vmax = 5.68m, Vmin = 5.74m
HD 182694 182694 95352 19h 23m 56.49s +43° 23′ 17.7″ 5.85 0.38 404 G6.5IIIa
HD 180450 180450 94630 19h 15m 24.84s +30° 31′ 35.2″ 5.88 −2.25 1376 M0III variable star, ΔV = 0.014m, P = 2.63213 d
V542 Lyr V542 176318 93104 18h 58m 01.90s +38° 15′ 58.3″ 5.89 −0.11 516 B7IV Algol variable
ν1 Lyr ν1 8 174585 92398 18h 49m 45.91s +32° 48′ 46.2″ 5.93 −1.52 1009 B3IV suspected variable, Vmax = 5.89m, Vmin = 5.96m
19 Lyr 19 V471 179527 94311 19h 11m 46.01s +31° 17′ 00.5″ 5.93 −1.46 979 B9p Si α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 5.91m, Vmin = 5.98m, P = 1.160898 d
HD 175635 175635 92833 18h 54m 52.52s +33° 58′ 06.9″ 5.99 −2.06 1331 G8III+...
XY Lyr XY 172380 91373 18h 38m 06.47s +39° 40′ 05.9″ 6.02 −1.81 1199 M4.5II semiregular variable, Vmax = 5.6m, Vmin = 6.6m, P = 120 d
ε1 Lyr B ε1 4 173583 18h 44m 20.30s +39° 40′ 16.0″ 6.02 component of the ε Lyr system
HD 176896 176896 93354 19h 00m 55.20s +33° 48′ 07.7″ 6.04 0.62 396 K0III:
HD 173416 173416 91852 18h 43m 36.11s +36° 33′ 23.8″ 6.06 0.41 440 G8III has a planet (b)
HD 173936 173936 92098 18h 46m 13.01s +41° 26′ 30.5″ 6.06 −1.81 1221 B6V
HD 174179 174179 92243 18h 47m 57.37s +31° 45′ 24.6″ 6.06 −1.50 1062 B3IVp
HD 177809 177809 93720 19h 04m 58.27s +30° 44′ 00.4″ 6.07 −0.72 743 M2III suspected variable
HD 182272 182272 95235 19h 22m 33.35s +33° 31′ 05.6″ 6.09 1.01 339 K0III
HD 171780 171780 91119 18h 35m 13.50s +34° 27′ 28.8″ 6.10 −1.42 1038 B5Vn suspected variable
HD 174959 174959 92551 18h 51m 36.52s +36° 32′ 20.8″ 6.10 −1.58 1120 B6IV
HD 168322 168322 89604 18h 17m 06.95s +40° 56′ 11.7″ 6.12 0.98 348 G9III
V473 Lyr V473 180583 94685 19h 15m 59.49s +27° 55′ 34.7″ 6.18 −2.38 1680 F6Ib-II classical Cepheid, Vmax = 5.99m, Vmin = 6.35m, P = 1.49078 d
V543 Lyr V543 176502 93177 18h 58m 46.59s +40° 40′ 45.1″ 6.20 −1.12 948 B3V β Cep variable
HD 179583 179583 94280 19h 11m 23.16s +40° 25′ 45.0″ 6.20 0.40 471 A3V
V533 Lyr V533 172187 91250 18h 36m 45.53s +43° 13′ 18.6″ 6.21 0.71 411 F0V β Lyr variable
HD 174881 174881 92550 18h 51m 35.89s +28° 47′ 01.2″ 6.22 −2.23 1598 K1II-III
HD 172671 172671 91491 18h 39m 33.03s +40° 56′ 06.2″ 6.25 −0.72 807 B9V
HD 181470 181470 94932 19h 19m 01.15s +37° 26′ 43.1″ 6.25 −0.29 663 A0III
HD 175132 175132 92599 18h 52m 07.25s +41° 22′ 59.7″ 6.28 −1.59 1221 B9p Si variable star, ΔV = 0.009m, P = 8.03084 d
HD 181655 181655 94981 19h 19m 39.04s +37° 19′ 51.5″ 6.29 4.28 82 G8V
HD 168009 168009 89474 18h 15m 32.53s +45° 12′ 34.5″ 6.30 4.52 74 G2V
HD 181828 181828 95067 19h 20m 33.05s +35° 11′ 09.4″ 6.30 −0.44 726 B9V
HR 7403 V558 183362 95673 19h 27m 36.40s +37° 56′ 28.3″ 6.30 −2.71 2063 B3Ve Be star
HD 178003 178003 93770 19h 05m 47.13s +29° 55′ 18.1″ 6.32 −1.70 1309 M0III suspected variable
HD 179422 179422 94290 19h 11m 30.96s +26° 44′ 09.4″ 6.35 3.18 141 F5V
Gliese 758 182488 95319 19h 23m 34.01s +33° 13′ 19.1″ 6.37 5.42 51 G8V has a brown dwarf companion
HD 177109 177109 93437 19h 01m 48.37s +33° 37′ 16.5″ 6.39 −1.27 1109 B5IV
HD 169646 169646 90163 18h 23m 57.27s +38° 44′ 21.0″ 6.41 −0.69 858 K2
HD 172958 172958 91675 18h 41m 41.31s +31° 37′ 03.3″ 6.41 −1.24 1105 B8V
HD 172631 172631 91533 18h 40m 01.93s +30° 50′ 57.8″ 6.43 0.18 580 K0
HD 176582 V545 176582 93210 18h 59m 12.29s +39° 13′ 02.4″ 6.43 −0.58 821 B5IV 53 Per variable
HD 182635 182635 95370 19h 24m 06.05s +36° 27′ 06.9″ 6.44 1.22 360 K1III
HD 172741 172741 91552 18h 40m 12.19s +38° 22′ 01.8″ 6.45 0.52 501 A6m
HD 173383 173383 91820 18h 43m 16.57s +39° 18′ 00.3″ 6.45 −1.65 1358 K5
V550 Lyr V550 178329 93808 19h 06m 17.00s +41° 24′ 50.0″ 6.49 2038 B3V 53 Per variable
HD 173087 173087 91707 18h 42m 08.09s +34° 44′ 46.7″ 6.49 −1.55 1320 B5V
HD 180314 180314 94576 19h 14m 50.21s +31° 51′ 37.3″ 6.61 430 K0 has an unconfirmed planet (b)
HD 178911 178911 94076 19h 09m 04.38s +34° 36′ 01.6″ 6.74 3.29 160 G1V binary star; component B has a planet (b)
HD 181068 181068 94780 19h 17m 08.98s +41° 15′ 53.3″ 7.09 811 G5 triply eclipsing binary
RR Lyr RR 182989 95497 19h 25m 27.91s +42° 47′ 03.7″ 7.13 0.34 744 F5 prototype RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 7.06m, Vmin = 8.12m, P = 0.56686776 d
HD 177830 177830 93746 19h 05m 20.77s +25° 55′ 14.4″ 7.18 3.32 192 K0 has two planets (b & c)
β Lyr B β 10 174664 18h 50m 06.60s +33° 21′ 05.0″ 7.20 component of the β Lyr system
W Lyr W 167740 89419 18h 14m 55.88s +36° 40′ 13.2″ 7.30 M3.5-7e Mira variable, Vmax = 7.3m, Vmin = 13m, P = 197.88 d
V478 Lyr V478 178450 93926 19h 07m 32.39s +30° 15′ 16.2″ 7.63 91.16 G8VSB RS CVn variable, ΔV = 0.032m, P = 2.185 d
HK Lyr HK 173291 91774 18h 42m 50.00s +36° 57′ 30.9″ 7.65 C semiregular variable, Vmax = 7.5m, Vmin = 8.4m, P = 186 d
T Lyr T 90883 18h 32m 20.10s +39° 59′ 55.6″ 7.84 2350 C slow irregular variable, Vmax = 7.5m, Vmin = 9.2m
V Lyr V 178876 19h 09m 04.55s +29° 39′ 29.3″ 8.2 M7e Mira variable, Vmax = 8.2m, Vmin = 15.7m, P = 373.53 d
FL Lyr FL 179890 94335 19h 12m 04.86s +46° 19′ 26.9″ 9.36 424 G0V Algol variable, Vmax = 9.27m, Vmin = 9.89m, P = 2.178152 d
Kepler-37 18h 58m 23.1s +44° 31′ 05″ 9.77 215 G8V has three planets (b, c and d)
S Lyr S 19h 13m 11.80s +26° 00′ 27.8″ 9.8 SC Mira variable, Vmax = 9.3m, Vmin = 16.0m, P = 438.4 d
EP Lyr EP 19h 18m 19.55s +27° 51′ 03.2″ 9.96 G2II RV Tau variable, Vmax = 9.96m, Vmin = 10.90m, P = 83.34 d
KX Lyr KX 18h 33m 15.23s +40° 10′ 22.7″ 10.38 F0 RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 10.38m, Vmin = 11.47m, P = 0.44090446 d
UZ Lyr UZ 19h 21m 08.91s +37° 56′ 11.5″ 10.40 A2 Algol variable, Vmax = 9.9m, Vmin = 11m, P = 1.89127025 d
HP Lyr HP 19h 21m 39.07s +39° 56′ 08.1″ 10.43 A6 semiregular variable, Vmax = 10.18m, Vmin = 10.80m, P = 68.88 d
WASP-3 18h 34m 31.62s +35° 39′ 41.5″ 10.49 3.75 727 F7V has the transiting planet (b)
TT Lyr TT 19h 27m 36.30s +41° 42′ 05.4″ 10.88 B2V Algol variable, Vmax = 9.34m, Vmin = 11.43m, P = 5.243727 d
Kepler-65 19h 14m 45.3s +41° 09′ 04.2″ 11.018 B has three planets (b, c and d)
TZ Lyr TZ 89498 18h 15m 49.67s +41° 06′ 37.9″ 11.16 736 F5V β Lyr variable, Vmax = 1.087m, Vmin = 11.85m, P = 0.5288269 d
EZ Lyr EZ 92221 18h 47m 40.32s +35° 59′ 34.2″ 11.34 265.7 A9.7 RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 10.8m, Vmin = 11.8m, P = 0.52526769 d
CN Lyr CN 91634 18h 41m 15.95s +28° 43′ 21.1″ 11.38 F5 RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 11.07m, Vmin = 11.76m, P = 0.41138232 d
RV Lyr RV 19h 16m 17.97s +32° 25′ 15.0″ 11.47 A5 Algol variable
RZ Lyr RZ 18h 43m 37.88s +32° 47′ 54.0″ 11.57 A2 RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 10.6m, Vmin = 12.03m, P = 0.5112423 d
WASP-58 18h 18m 48.0s +45° 10′ 19″ 11.66 978 G2V has the transiting planet (b)
V404 Lyr V404 19h 19m 05.95s +38° 22′ 00.5″ 11.77 Algol variable
GSC 02652-01324 19h 04m 09.84s +36° 37′ 57.5″ 11.79 5.81 512 K0V has the transiting planet TrES-1
HAT-P-5 18h 17m 37.30s +36° 37′ 16.9″ 11.95 4.29 1110 G has the transiting planet HAT-P-5b
CC Lyr CC 91015 18h 33m 57.41s +31° 38′ 24.2″ 12.46 F0p... W Vir varaible, Vmax = 11.65m, Vmin = 12.45m, P = 24.16 d
β Lyr C β 10 174639 18h 50m 01.20s +33° 21′ 26.0″ 13.40 component of the β Lyr system
Kepler-138 19h 21m 32.0s +43° 17′ 35″ 13.50 M1V has two transiting planets (b and c)
Kepler-412 19h 04m 26.0s +43° 40′ 51″ 13.73 3444 G3V has a transiting planet (b)
Kepler-62 18h 52m 51.0s +45° 20′ 60″ 13.75 ~1200 K2V has five transiting planets (b, c, d, e and f)
Kepler-8 18h 45m 09.15s +42° 27′ 03.9″ 13.9 3.3 4338 F9 has a transiting planet (b)
Kepler-7 19h 14m 19.56s +41° 05′ 23.3″ 13.3 3.9 1200 G1 has a transiting planet (b)
Kepler-9 19h 02m 18s +38° 24′ 03″ 13.9 2300 G2V has three transiting planets (b, c & d)
Kepler-38 19h 07m 19.0s +42° 16′ 45″ 14.3 The star A has transiting planet (b)
Kepler-60 19h 15m 51.0s +42° 15′ 54″ 14.5 has three transiting planets (b, c and d)
Kepler-59 19h 08m 09.0s +46° 38′ 24″ 14.8 has two transiting planets (b and c)
V477 Lyr V477 18h 31m 18.29s +26° 56′ 12.9″ 15.07 O9k Algol variabl; central star of planetary nebula Abell 46
Kepler-24 19h 21m 39s +38° 20′ 38″ 15.5 has two transiting planets (b and c) and two unconfirmed planet (d and e)
Kepler-30 19h 01m 08.0s +38° 56′ 50″ 15.5 has three transiting planets (b, c) and d)
Kepler-26 18h 59m 46s +46° 34′ 00″ 16 has two transiting planets (b and c) and one unconfirmed planet (d)
Kepler-53 19h 21m 51.0s +40° 33′ 45″ 16 has two transiting planets (b and c)
Kepler-55 19h 00m 40.0s +44° 01′ 35″ 16.3 has two transiting planets (b and c)
HR Lyr HR 175268 18h 53m 25.05s +29° 13′ 37.7″ 16.6 nova, Vmax = 6.5m, Vmin = 16.6m
CY Lyr CY 18h 52m 41.38s +26° 45′ 31.5″ 18.0 SS Cyg variable, Vmax = 12.9m, Vmin = 18.0m, P = 0.1951 d
DM Lyr DM 18h 58m 44.43s +30° 15′ 33.0″ 18 SU UMa variable, Vmax = 13m, Vmin = 18m, P = 0.065409 d
2MASS 1835+3259 18h 35m 39.90s +32° 59′ 54.6″ 18.27 18.48 M8.5V brown dwarf
V344 Lyr V344 18h 44m 39.18s +43° 22′ 28.1″ 19 SU UMa variable, Vmax = 13.8m, Vmin = 19m, P = 0.087904 d
V361 Lyr V361 19h 02m 28.12s +46° 58′ 57.8″ F9V Algol variable
AY Lyr AY 18h 44m 26.73s +37° 59′ 51.8″ G... SU UMa variable
MV Lyr MV 19h 07m 16.29s +44° 01′ 07.8″ Op+... nova
WISE 1828+2650 18h 28m 31.08s +26° 50′ 37.8″ 47 Y0 brown dwarf
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