List of stars in Musca

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

Name B Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
α Mus α 109668 61585 12h 37m 11.08s −69° 08′ 07.9″ 2.69 −2.17 306 B2IV-V β Cep variable, Vmax = 2.68m, Vmin = 2.73m, P = 0.0903 d; Member of the Lower Centaurus Crux subgroup of the Scorpius–Centaurus Association.[1]
β Mus β 110879 62322 12h 46m 16.87s −68° 06′ 29.1″ 3.04 −1.86 311 B2V + B3V Binary star, Member of the Lower Centaurus Crux subgroup of the Scorpius–Centaurus Association.[1]
δ Mus δ 112985 63613 13h 02m 15.78s −71° 32′ 55.7″ 3.61 1.39 90.8 K2III Binary star
λ Mus λ 102249 57363 11h 45m 36.57s −66° 43′ 43.8″ 3.68 0.66 128 A7III
γ Mus γ 109026 61199 12h 32m 28.11s −72° 07′ 58.7″ 3.84 −1.14 324 B5V 53 Persei variable, Vmax = 3.84m, Vmin = 3.86m, P = 2.72926 d
ε Mus ε 106849 59929 12h 17m 34.64s −67° 57′ 38.4″ 4.06 −0.77 302 M5III semiregular variable, Vmax = 3.99m, Vmin = 4.31m, P = 40 d
μ Mus μ 102584 57581 11h 48m 14.49s −66° 48′ 53.5″ 4.75 −0.86 432 K4III slow irregular variable, Vmax = 4.71m, Vmin = 4.76m
η Mus η 114911 64661 13h 15m 15.00s −67° 53′ 40.4″ 4.79 −0.68 405 B8V Algol variable, Vmax = 4.76m, Vmin = 4.81m, P = 2.3963 d; probable member of the Lower Centaurus Crux subgroup of the Scorpius–Centaurus Association.[1]
HD 115211 115211 64820 13h 17m 13.03s −66° 47′ 00.3″ 4.86 −2.94 1185 K2Ib/II suspected variable
HD 103079 103079 57851 11h 51m 51.27s −65° 12′ 21.2″ 4.89 −0.19 338 B4V Binary star
HD 102839 102839 57696 11h 49m 56.63s −70° 13′ 32.8″ 4.98 −3.27 1455 G5Ib
GT Mus GT 101379 56862 11h 39m 29.63s −65° 23′ 51.9″ 5.01 −1.17 561 G2III + A Algol and RS CVn variable, Vmax = 4.96m, Vmin = 5.23m, P = 2.75459 d
ι1 Mus ι1 116244 65468 13h 25m 07.36s −74° 53′ 15.0″ 5.04 0.85 225 K0III
HD 99104 99104 55597 11h 23m 21.43s −64° 57′ 17.0″ 5.09 −0.73 475 B5V Double system with HD 99103.
ζ2 Mus ζ2 107566 60320 12h 22m 07.39s −67° 31′ 19.5″ 5.15 0.09 336 Am Double system, Member of the Lower Centaurus Crux subgroup of the Scorpius–Centaurus Association.[1]
λ Cha 105340 59151 12h 07m 50.09s −75° 22′ 01.4″ 5.17 −0.47 438 K2II/III
HD 104878 104878 58884 12h 04m 38.95s −68° 19′ 44.0″ 5.34 0.25 339 A0V Member of the Lower Centaurus Crux subgroup of the Scorpius–Centaurus Association.[1]
θ Mus θ 113904 64094 13h 08m 07.16s −65° 18′ 21.7″ 5.44 −12.17 ~7000 WC6 + O9.5I Eclipsing triple system, one component is a Wolf–Rayet star, Vmax = 5.5m, Vmin = 5.52m, P = 18.341 d
HD 99264 99264 55657 11h 24m 11.18s −72° 15′ 23.8″ 5.55 −1.61 883 B2IV-V
HD 111315 111315 62608 12h 49m 44.95s −71° 59′ 10.5″ 5.55 −0.49 526 G8Ib/II
HD 116458 116458 65522 13h 25m 50.40s −70° 37′ 38.1″ 5.65 −0.12 464 Ap variable star, ΔV = 0.010m, P = 149.25373 d
ζ1 Mus ζ1 107567 60329 12h 22m 12.03s −68° 18′ 25.9″ 5.73 0.31 396 K0III Double system
HD 108970 108970 61181 12h 32m 09.90s −73° 00′ 03.8″ 5.88 0.78 341 K1III
HD 100382 100382 56287 11h 32m 20.00s −66° 57′ 42.6″ 5.89 1.09 298 K1IIICN...
HD 104600 104600 58720 12h 02m 37.76s −69° 11′ 32.2″ 5.89 1.01 308 B9V variable star, ΔV = 0.004m, P = 0.3 d; member of the Lower Centaurus Crux subgroup of the Scorpius–Centaurus Association.[1]
HD 114750 114570 64466 13h 12m 48.77s −66° 13′ 36.4″ 5.91 1.20 285 A0V(n)
HD 114371 114371 64390 13h 11m 51.38s −69° 56′ 31.3″ 5.92 2.70 144 F3IV/V Double system
HD 112219 112219 63165 12h 56m 31.72s −72° 11′ 06.7″ 5.93 −0.72 698 G8III
LS Mus LS 113120 63688 13h 03m 05.36s −71° 28′ 32.6″ 5.93 −2.49 1575 B1.5IIIne Be star
HD 101162 101162 56727 11h 37m 48.51s −67° 37′ 13.3″ 5.94 0.80 348 K0III
HD 105151 105151 59050 12h 06m 23.08s −65° 42′ 33.9″ 5.95 −0.25 566 G8/K0III Binary star
HD 115439 115439 64994 13h 19m 18.99s −72° 02′ 07.7″ 6.04 0.37 445 K3III
S Mus S 106111 59551 12h 12m 47.03s −70° 09′ 06.4″ 6.05 −2.44 1630 F6Ib Cepheid variable, Vmax = 5.89m, Vmin = 6.49m, P = 9.66007 d
HD 106797 106797 59898 12h 17m 06.36s −65° 41′ 34.6″ 6.06 1.00 335 A0V Member of the Lower Centaurus Crux subgroup of the Scorpius–Centaurus Association.[1]
HD 115149 115149 64790 13h 16m 45.05s −65° 08′ 17.3″ 6.06 3.11 127 F5V
HD 115967 115967 65289 13h 22m 52.62s −72° 08′ 48.0″ 6.06 −0.74 746 B6V Binary star,;suspected variable, Vmax = 6.05m, Vmin = 6.16m
HD 99872 99872 55979 11h 28m 18.46s −72° 28′ 26.3″ 6.09 −0.74 758 B3V suspected variable
HD 117025 117025 65783 13h 29m 07.98s −64° 40′ 32.8″ 6.09 1.36 288 A2m
BO Mus BO 109372 61404 12h 34m 54.46s −67° 45′ 24.8″ 6.11 −1.33 1003 M6II/III semiregular variable, Vmax = 5.3m, Vmin = 6.56m, P = 132.4 d
HD 118344 118344 66574 13h 38m 45.83s −70° 26′ 41.1″ 6.11 0.47 438 K3III
HD 110716 110716 62212 12h 45m 02.07s −68° 49′ 50.7″ 6.16 −2.71 1940 F6Ia
HD 116890 EZ 116890 65755 13h 28m 46.82s −69° 37′ 37.6″ 6.17 −0.48 698 B8V α² CVn variable, ΔV = 0.09m, P = 4.3127 d
HD 107301 107301 60183 12h 20m 28.28s −65° 50′ 33.5″ 6.20 1.22 323 B9V Member of the Lower Centaurus Crux subgroup of the Scorpius–Centaurus Association.[1]
HD 106676 106676 59851 12h 16m 23.87s −72° 36′ 52.1″ 6.21 1.16 333 A0V
KY Mus KY 109867 61703 12h 38m 52.37s −67° 11′ 35.0″ 6.22 B1Ia α Cyg variable
HD 105138 105138 59046 12h 06m 19.93s −68° 39′ 05.0″ 6.23 −2.58 1884 G3Ib
HD 98672 98672 55308 11h 19m 36.58s −75° 08′ 32.8″ 6.26 0.20 532 B9.5/A0V
FH Mus FH 110020 61796 12h 39m 55.90s −66° 30′ 40.0″ 6.26 1.09 353 B8V rotating ellipsoidal variable, ΔV = 0.03m, P = 0.58 d; probable (80%) member of the Lower Centaurus Crux subgroup of the Scorpius–Centaurus Association.[1]
HD 108054 108054 60601 12h 25m 17.62s −65° 46′ 10.6″ 6.29 2.89 156 G8/K0IV
HD 105071 105071 59003 12h 05m 53.63s −65° 32′ 48.8″ 6.30 B8Ia-Iab variable star, ΔV = 0.013m, P = 1.45408 d
R Mus R 110311 61981 12h 42m 05.03s −69° 24′ 27.2″ 6.31 −2.55 1929 F7Ib Cepheid variable, Vmax = 5.93m, Vmin = 6.73m, P = 7.510211 d
HD 113919 113919 64117 13h 08m 27.84s −67° 47′ 48.3″ 6.34 −1.09 1000 M1III
HD 107773 107773 60417 12h 23m 15.04s −67° 37′ 55.8″ 6.36 2.83 166 K0IV-V
HD 117651 117651 66152 13h 33m 35.92s −65° 37′ 57.4″ 6.36 1.21 349 A0V
HD 114912 114912 64682 13h 15m 25.77s −69° 40′ 45.1″ 6.37 1.51 306 K2/K3III
HD 103482 103482 58085 11h 54m 44.62s −66° 22′ 33.7″ 6.38 3.20 141 F2IV
HD 98695 98695 55350 11h 20m 04.16s −71° 59′ 39.6″ 6.41 −0.42 758 B4V
HD 104570 104570 58706 12h 02m 28.59s −71° 29′ 20.4″ 6.41 0.86 421 K1III
HD 104752 104752 58810 12h 03m 44.54s −74° 12′ 50.7″ 6.44 −0.81 921 G6III
HD 98671 98671 55332 11h 19m 50.84s −72° 57′ 29.8″ 6.46 0.59 486 A0V
HD 109857 109857 61738 12h 39m 14.64s −75° 22′ 14.1″ 6.46 −0.40 769 B8Vn
HD 101805 101805 57092 11h 42m 14.82s −75° 13′ 38.3″ 6.48 3.80 112 G1V
HD 105822 105822 59389 12h 11m 01.22s −68° 15′ 39.4″ 6.48 −0.82 939 K0/K1III
ι2 Mus ι2 116579 65628 13h 27m 18.58s −74° 41′ 30.2″ 6.62 0.71 495 B9V
HD 100546 100546 56379 11h 33m 25.44s −70° 11′ 41.2″ 6.70 337 B9Vne has an unconfirmed planet (b), Member of the Lower Centaurus Crux subgroup of the Scorpius–Centaurus Association.[1]
HD 112410 112410 63242 12h 57m 32.0s −65° 38′ 47″ 6.86 440 G8III has a planet (b)
GQ Mus GQ 11h 52m 02.35s −67° 12′ 20.2″ 7.2 nova and AM Her variable
HD 105056 GS 105056 58998 12h 05m 49.88s −69° 34′ 23.0″ 7.34 16000 O9.5Ia α Cyg variable, Vmax = 7.34m, Vmin = 7.55m, P = 3.85253 d
HD 111232 111232 62534 12h 48m 51.75s −68° 25′ 30.5″ 7.61 5.31 94 G8V has a planet (b)
TU Mus TU 100213 56196 11h 31m 10.92s −65° 44′ 32.1″ 8.41 15000 O7.5V + O9.5V β Lyr variable, Vmax = 8.17m, Vmin = 8.75m, P = 1.3872833 d
RT Mus RT 310831 57260 11h 44m 32.88s −67° 18′ 18.9″ 8.57 3500 F8 Cepheid variable, Vmax = 8.57m, Vmin = 9.32m, P = 3.086131 d
T Mus T 115673 65116 13h 21m 13.85s −74° 26′ 31.0″ 8.60 2040 C+ seimregular variable, Vmax = 7.6m, Vmin = 8.6m, P = 111.8 d
KZ Mus KZ 109885 61751 12h 39m 19.16s −71° 37′ 18.5″ 9.09 11000 B2III β Cep variable
UU Mus UU 103137 57884 11h 52m 17.72s −65° 24′ 15.1″ 9.54 1490 F8:p Cepheid variable, Vmax = 9.13m, Vmin = 10.28m, P = 11.63641 d
SY Mus SY 100336 11h 32m 10.01s −65° 25′ 11.6″ 10.20 2770 Mpe Z Andromedae and semiregular variable, Vmax = 10.2m, Vmin = 12.7m, P = 624.5 d
MP Mus MP 13h 22m 07.55s −69° 38′ 12.2″ 10.39 K1Ve T Tauri star, ΔV = 0.127m, P = 3.714 d
Y Mus Y 63911 13h 05m 48.20s −65° 30′ 46.6″ 10.50 698 Fp R CrB variable
TV Mus TV 310730 11h 39m 50.76s −64° 48′ 59.3″ 10.75 755 F2 W UMa variable
LP 145-141 57367 11h 45m 42.92s −64° 70′ 29.5″ 11.51 15.106 DQ6 4th-closest white dwarf
GRS 1124-683 GU 11h 26m 26.60s −68° 40′ 32.3″ 13.3 K3V-K7V X-ray nova
2S 1254-690 GR 12h 57m 30.15s −69° 17′ 19.0″ 19.1 Low-mass X-ray binary, Vmax = 18m, Vmin = 19.1m, P = 0.1636 d
PSR J1141-6545 11h 41m 07.02s −65° 45′ 19.1″ 25.08 pulsar/white dwarf binary
KN Mus KN 117622 13h 33m 32.86s −65° 58′ 27.1″ 1780 WC2/WO1 central star of planetary nebula NGC 5189
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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j de Zeeuw, P.T.; Hoogerwerf, R.; de Bruijne, J.H.J.; Brown, A.G.A.; Blaauw, A. (1999). "A Hipparcos Census of Nearby OB Associations". Astronomical Journal 117 (1): 354–99. arXiv:astro-ph/9809227. Bibcode:1999AJ....117..354D. doi:10.1086/300682. 

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