List of stars in Scorpius

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

Name B F Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
Antares A α 21 148478 80763 16h 29m 24.47s −26° 25′ 55.0″ 0.91 −5.24 553 M1.5Iab-b Cor Scorpii, Qalb al-Aqrab, Vespertilo; 16th brightest star; binary; semiregular variable, Vmax = 0.75m, Vmin = 1.21m, P = 2180 d
λ Sco λ 35 158926 85927 17h 33m 36.53s −37° 06′ 13.5″ 1.62 −5.05 703 B2IV+DA7.9 Shaula; β Cep and Algol variable, Vmax = 1.59m, Vmin = 1.65m, P = 0.21 d
θ Sco θ 159532 86228 17h 37m 19.13s −42° 59′ 52.2″ 1.86 −2.75 272 F1II Sargas; suspected variable, Vmax = 1.84m, Vmin = 1.88m
δ Sco δ 7 143275 78401 16h 00m 20.01s −22° 37′ 17.8″ 2.29 −3.16 401 B0.2IVe Dschubba, Al Jabba, Iclarkrau; γ Cas variable, Vmax = 1.59m, Vmin = 2.32m
ε Sco ε 26 151680 82396 16h 50m 10.24s −34° 17′ 33.4″ 2.29 0.78 65 K2IIIb Wei; suspected variable, Vmax = 2.24m, Vmin = 2.35m
κ Sco κ 160578 86670 17h 42m 29.28s −39° 01′ 47.7″ 2.39 −3.38 464 B1.5III Girtab; β Cep variable, Vmax = 2.41m, Vmin = 2.42m, P = 0.20 d
β1 Sco β1 8 144217 78820 16h 05m 26.23s −19° 48′ 19.4″ 2.62 −3.44 530 B0.5V Acrab, Elacrab, Graffias, Grafias, Grassias; suspected variable, Vmax = 2.61m, Vmin = 2.67m
υ Sco υ 34 158408 85696 17h 30m 45.84s −37° 17′ 44.7″ 2.70 −3.31 518 B2IV Lesath, Lesuth
τ Sco τ 23 149438 81266 16h 35m 52.96s −28° 12′ 57.5″ 2.82 −2.78 430 B0V Alniyat, Al Niyat
π Sco π 6 143018 78265 15h 58m 51.12s −26° 06′ 50.6″ 2.89 −2.85 459 B1V + B2V Vrischika, Iclil; rotating ellipsoidal variable, Vmax = 2.88m, Vmin = 2.91m, P = 1.57 d
σ Sco σ 20 147165 80112 16h 21m 11.32s −25° 35′ 33.9″ 2.90 −3.86 734 B1III Alniyat, Al Niyat; β Cep variable, Vmax = 2.86m, Vmin = 2.94m, P = 0.25 d
ι1 Sco ι1 161471 87073 17h 47m 35.08s −40° 07′ 37.1″ 2.99 −5.71 1791 F3Ia Apollyon
μ1 Sco μ1 151890 82514 16h 51m 52.24s −38° 02′ 50.4″ 3.00 −4.01 821 B1.5IV + B Denebakrab; β Lyr variable, Vmax = 2.94m, Vmin = 3.22m, P = 1.45 d
G Sco G 161892 87261 17h 49m 51.45s −37° 02′ 36.1″ 3.19 0.24 127 K0/K1III γ Tel; Basanismus, Chuen Shwo
η Sco η 155203 84143 17h 12m 09.18s −43° 14′ 18.6″ 3.32 1.61 72 F3p suspected variable
μ2 Sco μ2 151985 82545 16h 52m 20.15s −38° 01′ 02.9″ 3.56 −2.44 517 B2IV Shéngōng (神宮),[1]
ζ2 Sco ζ2 152334 82729 16h 54m 35.11s −42° 21′ 38.7″ 3.62 0.30 150 K4III suspected variable, Vmax = 3.59m, Vmin = 3.65m
ρ Sco ρ 5 142669 78104 15h 56m 53.09s −29° 12′ 50.4″ 3.87 −1.62 409 B2IV/V suspected variable
ω1 Sco ω1 9 144470 78933 16h 06m 48.43s −20° 40′ 08.9″ 3.93 −1.64 423 B1V Jabhat al Akrab
ν Sco ν 14 145502 79374 16h 11m 59.74s −19° 27′ 38.3″ 4.00 −1.63 436 B2IV Jabbah, Jabah; quintuple star
H Sco H 149447 81304 16h 36m 22.46s −35° 15′ 19.3″ 4.18 −0.90 339 K5III β Nor; suspected variable, Vmax = 4.15m, Vmin = 4.18m
N Sco N 148703 80911 16h 31m 22.94s −34° 42′ 15.6″ 4.24 −2.56 746 B2III-IV α Nor
Q Sco Q 159433 86170 17h 36m 32.85s −38° 38′ 05.5″ 4.26 1.03 144 G8/K0III/IV suspected variable, Vmax = 4.26m, Vmin = 4.29m
ω2 Sco ω2 10 144608 78990 16h 07m 24.30s −20° 52′ 07.2″ 4.31 −0.24 265 G6/G8III Jabhat al Akrab
ο Sco ο 19 147084 80079 16h 20m 38.18s −24° 10′ 09.4″ 4.55 −3.24 1177 A4II/III suspected variable, Vmax = 4.52m, Vmin = 4.58m
13 Sco c2 13 145482 79404 16h 12m 18.21s −27° 55′ 34.7″ 4.58 −1.20 468 B2V
2 Sco A 2 142114 77840 15h 53m 36.73s −25° 19′ 37.5″ 4.59 −1.03 434 B2.5Vn
1 Sco b 1 141637 77635 15h 50m 58.75s −25° 45′ 04.4″ 4.63 −1.39 522 B1.5Vn
ζ1 Sco ζ1 152236 82671 16h 53m 59.73s −42° 21′ 43.3″ 4.70 −8.5 2,600 B1Iae in NGC 6231; luminous blue variable, Vmax = 4.66m, Vmin = 4.86m
ξ Sco A ξ 144070 16h 04m 22.10s −11° 22′ 23.0″ 4.77 92 51 Lib; sextuple star
ι2 Sco ι2 161912 87294 17h 50m 11.11s −40° 05′ 25.5″ 4.78 −5.50 3705 A6Ib suspected variable
22 Sco i 22 148605 80815 16h 30m 12.48s −25° 06′ 54.6″ 4.79 −0.61 393 B3V suspected variable
HD 161840 161840 87220 17h 49m 10.47s −31° 42′ 11.5″ 4.79 −1.56 607 B8Ib/II
HD 146624 d 146624 79881 16h 18m 17.92s −28° 36′ 49.6″ 4.80 1.63 140 A0V:
V1073 Sco k V1073 154090 83574 17h 04m 49.35s −34° 07′ 22.5″ 4.83 −4.74 2672 B2Iab α Cyg variable
HD 163145 163145 87846 17h 56m 47.43s −44° 20′ 31.9″ 4.85 −0.29 347 K2III
HD 163376 163376 87936 17h 57m 47.81s −41° 42′ 58.5″ 4.88 −1.24 547 M0III suspected variable
β2 Sco β2 144218 78821 16h 05m 26.58s −19° 48′ 06.6″ 4.90 −2.80 530 B2V component of the β Sco system
ψ Sco ψ 15 145570 79375 16h 12m 00.00s −10° 03′ 51.1″ 4.93 1.41 165 A3IV
HD 143787 143787 78650 16h 03m 20.67s −25° 51′ 54.5″ 4.96 0.90 212 K3III
HD 153613 153613 83336 17h 01m 52.65s −32° 08′ 36.2″ 5.03 −0.86 491 B8V
HD 154948 154948 84033 17h 10m 42.35s −44° 33′ 27.2″ 5.06 0.24 300 G8/K0III+..
ξ Sco B ξ 144069 78727 16h 04m 22.3s −11° 22′ 18″ 5.07 92 F5IV component of the ξ Sco system
HD 145250 145250 79302 16h 11m 02.13s −29° 24′ 57.6″ 5.09 0.62 255 K0III
HD 157243 157243 85162 17h 24m 13.09s −44° 09′ 45.0″ 5.10 −1.73 756 B7III
Antares B α 21 148479 16h 29m 24.2s −26° 25′ 51″ 5.2 −0.9 553 B2.5V component of the Antares system
HD 151804 V973 151804 82493 16h 51m 33.72s −41° 13′ 49.9″ 5.23 −6.36 6792 O8Iaf α Cyg variable, Vmax = 5.22m, Vmin = 5.28m
χ Sco χ 17 145897 79540 16h 13m 50.91s −11° 50′ 15.8″ 5.24 −0.41 439 K3III
HD 148688 V1058 148688 80945 16h 31m 41.77s −41° 49′ 01.7″ 5.31 −6.79 8579 B1Ia α Cyg variable
HD 144690 144690 79050 16h 08m 07.52s −26° 19′ 36.0″ 5.35 −0.23 425 M2III variable star, ΔV = 0.008m, P = 7.61 d
HD 147513 147513 80337 16h 24m 01.24s −39° 11′ 34.8″ 5.37 4.82 42 G3/G5V has a planet (b)
HD 142165 142165 77858 15h 53m 53.92s −24° 31′ 59.1″ 5.38 −0.14 414 B5V
HR 5907 V1040 142184 77859 15h 53m 55.87s −23° 58′ 40.9″ 5.41 0.01 393 B2V Algol variable, Vmax = 5.39m, Vmin = 5.43m, P = 1.02 d
HD 147628 147628 80390 16h 24m 31.77s −37° 33′ 57.5″ 5.42 −0.36 468 B8V suspected rotating ellipsoidal variable, ΔV = 0.02m
HD 142990 V913 142990 78246 15h 58m 34.87s −24° 49′ 53.1″ 5.43 −0.45 488 B5V SX Ari variable, Vmax = 5.4m, Vmin = 5.47m, P = 0.98 d
16 Sco 16 145607 79387 16h 12m 07.29s −08° 32′ 51.3″ 5.43 1.01 250 A4V
HD 149404 V918 149404 81305 16h 36m 22.57s −42° 51′ 31.9″ 5.46 −4.39 3047 O9Ia rotating ellipsoidal variable, Vmax = 5.42m, Vmin = 5.5m, P = 9.81 d
HD 152234 152234 82676 16h 54m 01.84s −41° 48′ 23.0″ 5.46 −5.84 5927 B0.5Ia in NGC 6231; suspected variable
HD 151078 151078 82135 16h 46m 47.97s −39° 22′ 36.8″ 5.48 0.21 369 K0III
27 Sco 27 152820 82960 16h 57m 11.17s −33° 15′ 34.1″ 5.48 −1.25 724 K5III
18 Sco 18 146233 79672 16h 15m 37.13s −08° 22′ 05.7″ 5.49 4.76 46 G1V solar twin; suspected variable, Vmax = 5.48m, Vmin = 5.59m
HD 144987 144987 79199 16h 09m 52.61s −33° 32′ 44.5″ 5.50 −0.12 433 B8V
HD 146836 146836 79980 16h 19m 32.68s −30° 54′ 24.4″ 5.53 2.44 135 F5IV
HD 156098 156098 84551 17h 17m 03.71s −32° 39′ 45.7″ 5.53 2.01 165 F6V
HD 160668 160668 86698 17h 42m 51.09s −36° 56′ 43.8″ 5.53 −0.57 542 K5III
HD 155806 V1075 155806 84401 17h 15m 19.25s −33° 32′ 54.3″ 5.53 −5.13 4466 O8Ve Be star
HD 162587 162587 87569 17h 53m 23.47s −34° 53′ 42.4″ 5.58 −1.97 1055 K3III in Messier 7
4 Sco 4 142445 77984 15h 55m 30.10s −26° 15′ 57.3″ 5.63 0.02 432 A3V
HD 150742 150742 81972 16h 44m 42.60s −40° 50′ 22.6″ 5.64 −0.26 492 B3V
HD 155259 155259 84150 17h 12m 16.22s −39° 30′ 24.4″ 5.66 1.61 211 A0/A1V
12 Sco c1 12 145483 79399 16h 12m 16.05s −28° 25′ 01.9″ 5.67 0.87 298 B9V
HD 159176 V1036 159176 86011 17h 34m 42.49s −32° 34′ 54.0″ 5.69 −4.40 3396 O6V+... in NGC 6383; trinary star; rotating ellipsoidal variable, Vmax = 5.67m, Vmin = 5.73m, P = 3.37 d
11 Sco 11 144708 79005 16h 07m 36.44s −12° 44′ 43.2″ 5.75 0.17 426 B9V
HD 156293 156293 84690 17h 18m 47.84s −44° 07′ 46.9″ 5.76 0.68 339 B9V suspected variable
HD 152408 152408 82775 16h 54m 58.51s −41° 09′ 03.1″ 5.78 −6.56 9588 WN9ha in Trumpler 24; suspected variable, Vmax = 5.77m, Vmin = 5.82m
HD 148247 148247 80672 16h 28m 14.46s −37° 10′ 47.3″ 5.79 0.84 319 K1IIICN...
V1003 Sco V1003 149711 81472 16h 38m 26.30s −43° 23′ 54.2″ 5.83 −0.79 686 B2.5IV rotating ellipsoidal variable, ΔV = 0.03m
HD 142883 142883 78168 15h 57m 40.47s −20° 58′ 58.9″ 5.84 0.11 455 B3V Algol variable, Vmax = 5.84m, Vmin = 6.31m, P = 9.20 d
HD 150331 150331 81741 16h 41m 45.50s −33° 08′ 44.2″ 5.84 1.08 292 G1II
HD 152293 152293 82716 16h 54m 26.94s −42° 28′ 44.0″ 5.84 F5Ib-II
HD 158799 158799 85889 17h 33m 07.39s −41° 10′ 23.0″ 5.84 −1.55 982 B9Ib/II
HD 162391 162391 87472 17h 52m 19.76s −34° 25′ 00.6″ 5.84 −0.95 744 G8/K0III In Messier 7
HD 147723 147723 80399 16h 24m 39.73s −29° 42′ 16.1″ 5.84 2.91 102 G0
HD 145191 145191 79320 16h 11m 17.77s −41° 07′ 10.2″ 5.86 1.66 226 F0IV
HD 144844 144844 79098 16h 08m 43.73s −23° 41′ 07.3″ 5.87 0.28 426 B9V α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 5.87m, Vmin = 5.90m, P = 2.69 d
3 Sco 3 V927 142301 77909 15h 54m 39.54s −25° 14′ 37.2″ 5.87 0.14 455 B8III/IV SX Ari variable, ΔV = 0.03m, P = 1.46 d
HD 160928 160928 86847 17h 44m 42.01s −42° 43′ 45.5″ 5.87 1.29 269 A2/A3IV/V
V957 Sco V957 162374 87460 17h 52m 13.66s −34° 47′ 57.1″ 5.87 −1.16 830 B6Ib In Messier 7; SX Ari variable, ΔV = 0.05m
V929 Sco V929 144334 78877 16h 06m 06.38s −23° 36′ 22.5″ 5.90 0.03 487 B8V SX Ari variable, Vmax = 5.89m, Vmin = 5.91m, P = 1.50 d
HD 145838 145838 79596 16h 14m 22.37s −33° 00′ 39.8″ 5.91 −0.56 643 K0III
V923 Sco V923 153890 83491 17h 03m 50.87s −38° 09′ 09.0″ 5.91 1.88 209 F3V Algol variable, Vmax = 5.86m, Vmin = 6.24m, P = 34.83 d
Gliese 667 A 156384A 84709 17h 18m 56.36s −34° 59′ 22.5″ 5.91 6.69 23 K4V component of the Gliese 667 system; suspected variable, Vmax = 5.88m, Vmin = 5.92m
HD 157097 157097 85048 17h 22m 54.73s −37° 13′ 14.5″ 5.91 0.36 421 K1III
HD 149886 149886 81523 16h 39m 05.24s −37° 13′ 02.1″ 5.93 0.31 434 B9.5V+...
HD 154783 154783 83896 17h 08m 47.55s −30° 24′ 12.8″ 5.93 1.36 267 Fm
HD 162189 162189 87390 17h 51m 32.57s −40° 46′ 20.4″ 5.94 −0.83 738 M2III semiregular variable
V1068 Sco V1068 152161 82650 16h 53m 42.44s −43° 03′ 03.2″ 5.95 −1.81 1160 M3II/III slow irregular variable
HD 153368 153368 83235 17h 00m 36.99s −35° 56′ 02.3″ 5.95 1.19 292 K2IIICN...
HD 155450 155450 84226 17h 12m 58.56s −32° 26′ 18.0″ 5.95 −4.35 3747 B1Ib
HD 155826 155826 84425 17h 15m 36.08s −38° 35′ 34.6″ 5.95 3.52 100 G0V
HD 146850 146850 79938 16h 19m 00.43s −14° 52′ 22.2″ 5.97 −1.15 865 K3IIICNpvar
HD 154310 154310 83693 17h 06m 20.20s −37° 13′ 39.1″ 5.98 0.42 422 A2IV
HD 158105 158105 85543 17h 28m 56.09s −36° 46′ 41.8″ 5.98 −0.47 637 K0III
HD 150894 150894 81992 16h 45m 00.21s −28° 30′ 34.8″ 5.99 −0.83 755 A3IV
V906 Sco V906 162724 87616 17h 53m 54.77s −34° 45′ 09.8″ 6.00 −1.45 1009 B9V + B9V In Messier 7, Algol variable, Vmax = 5.96m, Vmin = 6.23m, P = 2.79 d
BM Sco BM 160371 86527 17h 40m 58.55s −32° 12′ 52.0″ 6.01 −2.35 1531 K3III + (G) in Messier 6; slow irregular variable, Vmax = 5.25m, Vmin = 6.46m
HD 162517 162517 87532 17h 52m 57.60s −35° 37′ 27.1″ 6.03 1.99 209 F2V
HD 150608 150608 81904 16h 43m 47.60s −38° 09′ 22.5″ 6.05 −0.62 703 B9II/III
HD 153072 153072 83100 16h 58m 52.25s −37° 37′ 13.5″ 6.05 1.47 269 A3III suspected variable
HD 162496 162496 87516 17h 52m 49.22s −34° 06′ 53.4″ 6.05 −0.60 697 K1III
HD 162926 162926 87722 17h 55m 08.03s −36° 28′ 32.3″ 6.05 −0.75 748 B9.5III
HD 146001 146001 79622 16h 14m 53.44s −25° 28′ 36.9″ 6.06 0.30 462 B8V α2 CVn variable
HD 152248 V1007 152248 82691 16h 54m 10.06s −41° 49′ 30.1″ 6.06 O7e in NGC 6231; β Lyr variable, ΔV = 0.24m, P = 5.82 d
HD 143619 143619 78575 16h 02m 39.40s −29° 08′ 08.8″ 6.07 0.37 451 K2/K3III
HD 148760 148760 80910 16h 31m 22.87s −26° 32′ 15.2″ 6.07 1.87 225 K1III
HD 146254 146254 79692 16h 15m 51.49s −14° 50′ 56.8″ 6.09 −0.28 614 A0III suspected variable, Vmax = 6.06m, Vmin = 6.10m
HD 155974 155974 84489 17h 16m 21.68s −35° 44′ 58.1″ 6.09 3.55 105 F6V
HD 159707 159707 86311 17h 38m 08.45s −42° 52′ 48.7″ 6.09 −0.54 692 B8V
HD 151771 151771 82453 16h 51m 00.04s −37° 30′ 52.1″ 6.10 −0.99 853 B8II/III suspected variable
HD 162817 162817 87671 17h 54m 27.12s −34° 28′ 00.2″ 6.10 −0.96 842 B9.5/A0III
RR Sco RR 152783 82912 16h 56m 37.85s −30° 34′ 48.1″ 6.10 1150 M6IIIe Mira variable, Vmax = 5m, Vmin = 12.4m, P = 281.45 d
HD 146954 146954 80066 16h 20m 32.63s −39° 25′ 48.8″ 6.11 0.20 496 B9V
HD 154368 V1074 154368 83706 17h 06m 28.37s −35° 27′ 03.7″ 6.13 −2.85 2040 O9.5Iab α Cyg variable
HD 150591 150591 81914 16h 43m 54.09s −41° 06′ 47.9″ 6.14 0.28 485 B6/B7V suspected variable
HD 157486 157486 85237 17h 25m 02.67s −34° 41′ 45.6″ 6.14 0.19 505 Ap...
HD 162586 162586 87567 17h 53m 19.58s −34° 43′ 50.9″ 6.14 −0.88 825 B4III in Messier 7
HD 142250 142250 77900 15h 54m 30.12s −27° 20′ 18.9″ 6.15 0.09 531 B7V has a planet (b)
HR 6522 V949 158741 85839 17h 32m 24.64s −34° 16′ 45.6″ 6.16 1.06 341 F2IV δ Sct variable, Vmax = 6.13m, Vmin = 6.18m, P = 0.22 d
HD 144927 144927 79173 16h 09m 31.76s −32° 38′ 56.2″ 6.18 1.07 344 K1III
V861 Sco V861 152667 82911 16h 56m 35.98s −40° 49′ 24.4″ 6.18 B0Ia in Trumpler 24; β Lyr variable, Vmax = 6.07m, Vmin = 6.4m, P = 7.85 d
HD 154153 154153 83650 17h 05m 48.47s −44° 06′ 18.4″ 6.18 2.08 215 A4III
HD 162396 162396 87523 17h 52m 52.47s −41° 59′ 45.8″ 6.19 3.62 107 F8V
HD 155940 155940 84445 17h 15m 51.36s −30° 12′ 38.2″ 6.20 0.92 370 B9/B9.5V
RS Sco RS 152476 82833 16h 55m 37.81s −45° 06′ 10.7″ 6.20 −0.08 588 M6-7e Mira variable, Vmax = 5.96m, Vmin = 13.0m, P = 319 d
HD 150573 150573 81903 16h 43m 45.70s −41° 07′ 08.9″ 6.21 0.61 430 A4V
HD 143900 143900 78699 16h 03m 54.71s −24° 43′ 34.8″ 6.22 −0.09 597 K2/K3III
HD 159633 159633 86246 17h 37m 26.92s −38° 03′ 58.9″ 6.26 −3.44 2835 G2Ib
HD 154025 154025 83594 17h 05m 05.39s −45° 30′ 07.4″ 6.28 1.33 319 A2V
HD 163433 163433 87948 17h 57m 57.80s −39° 08′ 11.3″ 6.28 0.29 513 A0IV/V
V900 Sco V900 152235 82669 16h 53m 58.85s −41° 59′ 39.6″ 6.29 B1Ia in Trumpler 24; rotating ellipsoidal variable, Vmax = 6.29m, Vmin = 6.34m, P = 2.63 d
HD 146834 146834 79945 16h 19m 07.71s −20° 13′ 04.9″ 6.29 0.40 490 K0III
HD 152636 152636 82855 16h 55m 57.74s −33° 30′ 24.8″ 6.29 0.03 581 K5III
ν Sco C ν 14 145501 16h 11m 58.60s −19° 26′ 59.0″ 6.30 component of the ν Sco system; α2 CVn variable
HD 152424 152424 82783 16h 55m 03.33s −42° 05′ 27.0″ 6.30 O9Ia in Trumpler 24
HD 155276 155276 84151 17h 12m 16.55s −38° 49′ 20.7″ 6.30 1.03 370 K1IIICN...
HD 158042 158042 85549 17h 29m 00.86s −43° 58′ 26.0″ 6.30 −2.04 1516 B5III
HD 144585 144585 78955 16h 07m 03.53s −14° 04′ 16.8″ 6.32 4.02 94 G5V
HD 144661 144661 79031 16h 07m 51.90s −24° 27′ 44.2″ 6.32 0.97 384 B8IV/V
HD 145997 145997 79605 16h 14m 39.30s −18° 32′ 07.2″ 6.32 1.63 282 K1III
HD 157038 V975 157038 85020 17h 22m 39.22s −37° 48′ 16.7″ 6.33 B4Ia+... α Cyg variable, Vmax = 6.27m, Vmin = 6.35m
HD 152431 152431 82731 16h 54m 35.94s −30° 35′ 14.4″ 6.34 −0.09 631 A5IIIm... suspected variable
HD 151965 V911 151965 82554 16h 52m 27.42s −40° 43′ 23.2″ 6.35 0.07 588 B9p Si α² CVn variable, Vmax = 6.32m, Vmin = 6.38m
V1077 Sco V1077 156325 84650 17h 18m 20.51s −32° 33′ 11.1″ 6.36 −1.57 1259 B5III Be star
HD 158156 158156 85589 17h 29m 25.60s −38° 31′ 01.0″ 6.38 1.34 332 A1V
HD 162678 162678 17h 53m 45.50s −34° 47′ 09.7″ 6.38 980 B9V in Messier 7
HD 145792 V1051 145792 79530 16h 13m 45.50s −24° 25′ 19.4″ 6.40 0.69 453 B6IV SX Ari variable
HD 146436 146436 79788 16h 16m 59.20s −20° 06′ 14.7″ 6.40 −0.03 631 G8III
HD 145964 145964 79599 16h 14m 28.89s −21° 06′ 27.2″ 6.41 1.29 345 B9V
HD 161390 161390 87042 17h 47m 07.30s −38° 06′ 43.5″ 6.41 1.07 381 A0V
V951 Sco V951 162725 87624 17h 53m 58.13s −34° 49′ 51.8″ 6.41 −0.96 973 Ap... in Messier 7, α² CVn variable, Vmax = 6.39m, Vmin = 6.44m, P = 4.46 d
HR 6392 V915 155603 84332 17h 14m 27.66s −39° 45′ 59.9″ 6.42 K0Ia variable star, Vmax = 6.22m, Vmin = 6.64m
HD 157060 157060 85019 17h 22m 37.90s −35° 54′ 39.4″ 6.42 3.58 121 F8V
HD 145100 145100 79203 16h 09m 55.31s −18° 20′ 25.6″ 6.43 2.96 161 F3V
HD 149174 149174 81198 16h 35m 07.77s −45° 14′ 39.2″ 6.43 0.06 614 K2/K3III suspected variable, ΔV = 0.08m
HD 158619 158619 85786 17h 31m 47.36s −33° 42′ 11.1″ 6.43 0.98 401 K2III
HD 160748 160748 86716 17h 43m 06.86s −33° 03′ 04.6″ 6.44 −3.13 2672 M1III suspected variable
HD 147553 147553 80324 16h 23m 56.72s −33° 11′ 57.6″ 6.45 1.11 381 A0V+...
HD 152249 152249 16h 54m 11.64s −41° 50′ 57.2″ 6.45 5900 O9Ib(f) in NGC 6231; suspected variable, Vmax = 6.34m, Vmin = 6.51m
HD 150638 150638 81891 16h 43m 38.73s −32° 06′ 21.2″ 6.46 −0.44 784 B8V
HD 155985 155985 84556 17h 17m 05.54s −44° 46′ 42.9″ 6.46 B0.5Iab: variable star, ΔV = 0.007m, P = 293.25 d
HD 163234 163234 87865 17h 56m 55.89s −40° 18′ 20.3″ 6.46 0.22 576 K3III
HD 150420 150420 81803 16h 42m 29.11s −37° 04′ 44.9″ 6.47 1.09 388 G3III
HD 153919 153919 83499 17h 03m 56.77s −37° 50′ 39.0″ 6.48 O5f
HD 159312 159312 86098 17h 35m 43.08s −37° 26′ 23.3″ 6.48 1.40 338 A0V
HD 151932 V919 151932 82543 16h 52m 19.25s −41° 51′ 16.2″ 6.49 WN7h in Trumpler 24; Wolf-Rayet star, Vmax = 6.45m, Vmin = 6.61m, P = 2 d
HD 153234 153234 83202 17h 00m 14.26s −44° 59′ 18.5″ 6.50 2.98 165 F3V
4U 1700-37 V884 153919 83499 17h 03m 56.77s −37° 50′ 38.9″ 6.51 9100 O7.5Iaf rotating ellipsoidal variable and high-mass X-ray binary, Vmax = 6.51m, Vmin = 6.60m, P = 3.41 d
HD 145102 V952 145102 79235 16h 10m 15.92s −26° 54′ 32.8″ 6.57 547 B9p... α2 CVn variable, ΔV = 0.04m, P = 1.42 d
V453 Sco V453 163181 87810 17h 56m 16.08s −32° 28′ 30.0″ 6.61 −5.43 8400 B0Ia β Lyr variable, Vmax = 6.36m, Vmin = 6.73m, P = 12.01 d
RV Sco RV 153004 83059 16h 58m 19.75s −33° 36′ 32.8″ 6.61 1440 G0Ib classical Cepheid, Vmax = 6.61m, Vmin = 7.49m, P = 6.06 d
HD 160529 V905 160529 86624 17h 41m 59.03s −33° 30′ 13.7″ 6.66 −8.9 8150 A3Iae luminous blue variable, Vmax = 6.21m, Vmin = 6.97m, P = 57 d
25 Sco 25 151179 82140 16h 46m 51.35s −25° 31′ 42.7″ 6.72 −0.10 755 K0II
V636 Sco V636 156979 85035 17h 22m 46.48s −45° 36′ 51.4″ 6.74 F7/F8Ib/II
+ B9.5V
classical Cepheid, Vmax = 6.4m, Vmin = 6.92m, P = 6.80 d
V760 Sco V760 147683 80405 16h 24m 43.72s −34° 53′ 37.5″ 7.05 1280 B4V Algol variable
HR 5999 V856 144668 79080 16h 08m 34.29s −39° 06′ 18.3″ 7.05 531 A7IVe UX Ori star, Vmax = 6.77m, Vmin = 8.0m
HD 143567 143567 78530 16h 01m 55s −21° 58′ 49″ 7.18 511 B9V has a planet (b)
Gliese 667 B 156384B 17h 19m 01.94s −34° 59′ 33.3″ 7.24 8.02 23 K5 component of Gliese 667 system
HD 159868 159868 86375 17h 38m 59.53s −43° 08′ 43.8″ 7.27 3.66 172 G5V has two planets (b & c)
HD 147010 V933 147010 80024 16h 20m 05.49s −20° 03′ 23.0″ 7.37 533 B9II/III α2 CVn variable, ΔV = 0.045m, P = 3.92 d
HD 153950 153950 83547 17h 04m 30.87s −43° 18′ 35.2″ 7.39 3.91 162 F8V has a planet (b)
HD 153747 V922 153747 83410 17h 02m 53.82s −38° 27′ 36.8″ 7.42 588 A0III δ Sct variable
RY Sco RY 162102 87345 17h 50m 32.34s −33° 42′ 20.4″ 7.51 F6Ib classical Cepheid, Vmax = 7.51m, Vmin = 8.36m, P = 20.32 d
HD 152219 V1292 152219 16h 53m 55.56s −41° 52′ 51.29″ 7.57 5900 O9IV in NGC 6231; Algol variable, Vmax = 7.57m, Vmin = 7.80m, P = 4.24 d
V393 Sco V393 161741 87191 17h 48m 47.60s −35° 03′ 29.6″ 7.59 2400 B3III double periodic or Algol variable, Vmax = 7.39m, Vmin = 8.31m, P = 7.71 d
HD 152218 V1294 152218 16h 53m 59.99s −41° 42′ 52.8″ 7.61 O9.5IV(n) in Trumpler 24; Algol variable, Vmax = 7.58m, Vmin = 7.67m, P = 5.60 d
V703 Sco V703 160589 86650 17h 42m 16.81s −32° 31′ 23.6″ 7.85 556 A9V double-mode δ Sct variable, Vmax = 7.58m, Vmin = 8.04m, P = 0.12 d
V482 Sco V482 158443 85701 17h 30m 48.38s −33° 36′ 36.0″ 7.91 F9II classical Cepheid, Vmax = 7.63m, Vmin = 8.3m, P = 4.53 d
AH Sco AH 155161 84071 17h 11m 17.02s −32° 19′ 30.7″ 8.10 12000 M4-5Ia-Iab semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.7m, Vmin = 9.5m, P = 735 d; one of the largest known stars
HD 145377 145377 79346 16h 11m 36.45s −27° 04′ 41.4″ 8.12 4.31 188 G3V has a planet (b)
HD 144432 144432 78943 16h 06m 57.95s −27° 43′ 09.8″ 8.19 522 F0IIIe+K7V triple system; Herbig Ae/Be star
V1034 Sco V1034 16h 54m 19.85s −41° 50′ 09.4″ 8.23 5900 O8V in NGC 6231; Algol variable, Vmax = 8.23m, Vmin = 8.63m, P = 2.44 d
RZ Sco RZ 144018 78746 16h 04m 36.13s −24° 06′ 00.6″ 8.3 M3e semiregular variable, Vmax = 8.3m, Vmin = 12.3m, P = 162.1 d
HD 158393 V965 158393 85680 17h 30m 33.36s −33° 39′ 15.9″ 8.57 937 G5:IIIe +F0/2IV/V RS CVn variable, Vmax = 8.46m, Vmin = 8.67m, P = 30.52 d
V500 Sco V500 316354 87173 17h 48m 37.50s −30° 28′ 33.5″ 8.81 1060 K0 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 8.4m, Vmin = 9.13m, P = 9.32 d
HD 142666 V1026 142666 15h 56m 40.02s −22° 01′ 40.0″ 8.86 A8Ve UX Ori star, Vmax = 8.57m, Vmin = 9.5m
V907 Sco V907 163302 17h 56m 55.56s −34° 45′ 01.2″ 8.86 B9V Algol variable, Vmax = 8.61m, Vmin = 9.2m, P = 3.78 d
V718 Sco V718 145718 79476 16h 13m 11.59s −22° 29′ 06.7″ 8.86 383 A8III/IV UX Ori star, Vmax = 8.75m, Vmin = 10.30m
V701 Sco V701 317844 85985 17h 34m 24.51s −32° 30′ 16.0″ 8.97 3500 B5V W UMa variable, Vmax = 8.63m, Vmin = 9.05m, P = 0.76 d
AK Sco AK 152404 82747 16h 54m 44.85s −36° 53′ 18.6″ 9.00 335 F5Ve UX Ori star, Vmax = 8.7m, Vmin = 12.8m
HD 326823 V1104 326823 17h 06m 53.91s −42° 39′ 39.7″ 9.03 O+... luminous blue variable, Vmax = 8.88m, Vmin = 9.20m, P = 6.12 d
HD 162020 162020 87330 17h 50m 38.35s −40° 19′ 06.1″ 9.12 95.94 K3V has a brown dwarf companion
GSC 06214-00210 16h 21m 55s −20° 43′ 07″ 9.15 473 M1 has a planet (b)
KQ Sco KQ 328953 82498 16h 51m 38.55s −45° 25′ 36.1″ 9.33 1120 K7 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 9.33m, Vmin = 10.26m, P = 28.71 d
HD 318107 V970 318107 17h 39m 41.26s −32° 17′ 57.4″ 9.34 B8 α2 CVn variable
WR 86 V1035 156327 84655 17h 18m 23.06s −34° 24′ 30.6″ 9.35 1770 WC7+B0III β Cep variable, ΔV = 0.017m, P = 0.15 d
CD -35 11760 V1037 320156 17h 37m 58.50s −35° 23′ 04.32″ 9.83 B4Ibe PV Tel variable, Vmax = 9.62m, Vmin = 9.83m
AI Sco AI 320921 17h 56m 18.57s −33° 48′ 43.4″ 9.98 G4 RV Tau variable, Vmax = 8.88m, Vmin = 11.6m, P = 71.9 d
Gliese 667 C 156384C 17h 18m 58.69s −34° 59′ 48.3″ 10.22 11.00 23 M1.5 component of Gliese 667 system; has two planets (b) (c)
Pismis 24-1 319718 17h 24m 43.41s −34° 11′ 56.5″ 10.43 −7.3 8150 O3 If* one of the most luminous stars known
Gliese 682 86214 17h 37m 03.66s −44° 19′ 09.2″ 10.95 16.557 M3.5
CD -38 10980 16h 23m 33.84s −39° 13′ 46.2″ 11.03 42.89 DA2 white dwarf
Scorpius X-1 V818 16h 19m 55.07s −15° 38′ 24.8″ 11.1 11000 Oev low-mass X-ray binary
HIP 79431 79431 16h 12m 41.77s −18° 52′ 31.8″ 11.34 10.47 49 M3V has a planet (b)
V921 Sco V921 16h 59m 06.79s −42° 42′ 08.6″ 11.43 Bep γ Cas variable, ΔV = 0.3m
WASP-17 15h 59m 50.95s −28° 03′ 42.3″ 11.59 1000 F4 has a transiting planet (b)
HK Sco HK 16h 54m 41.04s −30° 23′ 06.7″ 11.7 Z And variable, Vmax = 11.7m, Vmin = 14.7m, P = 458 d
T Sco T 16h 17m 02.83s −22° 58′ 31.3″ 12.0 32600 in Messier 80; nova, Vmax = 6.8m, Vmin = <12.0m
V866 Sco V866 16h 11m 31.40s −18° 38′ 24.5″ 12.05 K5 T Tau star, ΔV = 0.5m, P = 6.78 d
V1094 Sco V1094 16h 08m 36.18s −39° 23′ 02.5″ 12.5 K6 young stellar object, ΔV = 0.5m
1RXS J160929.1-210524 16h 09m 30.31s −21° 04′ 57.6″ 12.97 7.17 470 K7V has a planet (b)
IRAS 17163-3907 17h 19m 49.33s −39° 10′ 37.9″ 13.1 in Fried Egg Nebula; yellow hypergiant
CL Sco CL 16h 54m 51.98s −30° 37′ 18.2″ 13.25 M4 Z And variable and re-radiating binary system, Vmax = 10.8m, Vmin = 13.7m, P = 625 d
GRO J1655-40 V1033 16h 54m 00.14s −39° 50′ 44.9″ 14.2 B9V X-ray nova containing black hole, Vmax = 14m, Vmin = 17.3m
XTE J1739-302 17h 39m 11.58s −30° 20′ 37.6″ 14.8 O8.5Iab(f) high-mass X-ray binary
OGLE-2005-BLG-390L 17h 54m 19s −30° 22′ 38″ 15.7 21000 M4 has a planet (b)
Th 28 V1190 16h 08m 29.73s −39° 03′ 11.0″ 16.42 K0: T Tau star, Vmax = 16.42m, Vmin = 16.93m
MXB 1735-44 V926 17h 38m 58.3s −44° 27′ 00″ 17.4 X-ray burster, ΔV = 0.2m, P = 0.19 d
Wray 17-96 17h 41m 35.2s −30° 06′ 39.6″ 17.8 −10.9 15000 B3 luminous blue variable, one of the most luminous stars known
V992 Sco V992 17h 07m 17.44s −43° 15′ 22.0″ 18.0 nova, Vmax = 7.26m, Vmin = 18.0m, P = 0.15 d
V1187 Sco V1187 17h 29m 18.81s −31° 46′ 01.5″ 18.0 nova, Vmax = 9.6m, Vmin = 18m
V1186 Sco V1186 17h 12m 51.21s −30° 56′ 37.2″ 18.0 nova, Vmax = 9.7m, Vmin = <18m
GX 349+2 V1101 17h 05m 44.49s −36° 25′ 23.1″ 18.6 low-mass X-ray binary, Vmax = 18.3m, Vmin = 19.3m, P = 0.94 d
U Sco U 16h 22m 30.80s −17° 52′ 43.2″ 19.3 recurrent nova and eclipsing binary, Vmax = 7.5m, Vmin = 19.3m, P = 1.23 d
V745 Sco V745 17h 55m 22.27s −33° 15′ 58.5″ 19.3 nova and rotating ellipsoidal variable, Vmax = 9.4m, Vmin = 19.3m, P = 510 d
OGLE-2005-BLG-071L 17h 50m 09s −34° 40′ 23″ 19.5 11000 M? has a planet (b)
V1280 Sco V1280 16h 57m 40.91s −32° 20′ 36.4″ 20.0 nova, Vmax = 3.78m, Vmin = <20.0m
V1309 Sco V1309 17h 57m 33.02s −30° 43′ 10.4″ 20.4 luminous red nova, Vmax = 7.9m, Vmin = 20.4m
PSR B1620-26 16h 23m 38.22s −26° 31′ 53.8″ 21.30 in Messier 4; pulsar/white dwarf binary; has a planet
MOA-2008-BLG-310L 17h 05m 14.53s −34° 46′ 41.0″ 23.38 20000 has a planet (b)
FQ Sco FQ 17h 08m 04.51s −32° 42′ 02.2″ SS Cyg variable
V455 Sco V455 17h 07m 21.73s −34° 05′ 14.5″ Z And variable
V893 Sco V893 16h 15m 15.15s −28° 37′ 30.1″ SU UMa variable and eclipsing binary
V1018 Sco V1018 17h 35m 02.72s −33° 33′ 29.4″ semiregular variable
H1-36 17h 49m 48.22s −33° 01′ 27.9″ M8 in NGC 6441; symbiotic star
IGR J17252-3616 17h 25m 11.4s −36° 16′ 59″ B0-1Ia high-mass X-ray binary
OAO 1657-415 17h 00m 47.9s −41° 40′ 23″ B3:Ia-ab... high-mass X-ray binary
Rapid Burster 17h 33m 24.61s −33° 23′ 19.8″ low-mass X-ray binary
GX 340+0 16h 45m 47.7s −45° 36′ 40″ low-mass X-ray binary
H1743-322 17h 46m 15.61s −32° 14′ 00.6″ low-mass X-ray binary
IGR J17091-3624 17h 09m 08s −36° 22′ 24″ B9V low-mass X-ray binary containing black hole
4U 1702-42 17h 06m 15.31s −43° 02′ 08.7″ low-mass X-ray binary
4U 1705-44 17h 08m 54.47s −44° 06′ 07.4″ low-mass X-ray binary
4U 1722-307 17h 27m 33.25s −30° 48′ 07.4″ in Terzan 2; low-mass X-ray binary
4U 1728-34 17h 31m 57.73s −33° 50′ 02.5″ low-mass X-ray binary
4U 1746-371 17h 50m 12.66s −37° 03′ 08.2″ in NGC 6441; low-mass X-ray binary
XTE J1751-305 17h 51m 13.49s −30° 37′ 23.4″ low-mass X-ray binary
XTE J1720-318 V1228 17h 19m 58.99s −31° 45′ 01.3″ X-ray nova
GCRT J1745-3009 17h 45m 05s −30° 09′ 54″ B9V radio source; possible pulsar
OGLE-2007-BLG-368L 17h 56m 25.96s −32° 14′ 14.7″ 19230 late K? has a planet (b)
UScoCTIO 108 16h 05m 53.94s −18° 18′ 42.7″ M7 has a low-mass companion
PSR B1706-44 17h 09m 42.73s −44° 29′ 08.2″ pulsar
PSR B1737-30 17h 40m 33.82s −30° 15′ 43.5″ pulsar
PSR J1614-2230 16h 14m 36.51s −22° 30′ 31.1″ binary millisecond pulsar
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