List of stars in Tucana

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

Name B Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
α Tuc α 211416 110130 22h 18m 30.18s −60° 15′ 34.2″ 2.87 −1.05 199 K3III astrometric binary
γ Tuc γ 219571 114996 23h 17m 25.81s −58° 14′ 09.3″ 3.99 2.28 72 F1III
ζ Tuc ζ 1581 1599 00h 20m 01.91s −64° 52′ 39.4″ 4.23 4.56 28 F9V Sun-like star
κ Tuc κ 7788 5896 01h 15m 45.50s −68° 52′ 34.5″ 4.25 2.70 67 F6IV quadruple star, suspected variable
β1 Tuc β1 2884 2484 00h 31m 32.56s −62° 57′ 29.1″ 4.34 135 B9V component of the β Tuc system
ε Tuc ε 224686 118322 23h 59m 54.91s −65° 34′ 37.5″ 4.49 −0.81 374 B9IV
δ Tuc δ 212581 110838 22h 27m 19.87s −64° 57′ 59.0″ 4.50 −0.06 267 B8V suspected variable, Vmax = 4.46m, Vmin = 4.50m
β2 Tuc β2 2885 2487 00h 31m 33.36s −62° 57′ 55.6″ 4.51 168 A2V component of the β Tuc system
ν Tuc ν 213442 111310 22h 33m 00.01s −61° 58′ 55.5″ 4.91 0.30 273 M4III semiregular variable, Vmax = 4.75m, Vmin = 4.93m
η Tuc η 224392 118121 23h 57m 34.97s −64° 17′ 53.1″ 5.00 1.56 159 A1V
β3 Tuc β3 3003 2578 00h 32m 43.79s −63° 01′ 53.0″ 5.09 149 A0V component of the β Tuc system
HD 212330 212330 110649 22h 24m 56.19s −57° 47′ 47.8″ 5.31 3.75 67 F9V
ι Tuc ι 6793 5268 01h 07m 18.57s −61° 46′ 30.9″ 5.36 0.70 279 G5III semiregular variable
ρ Tuc ρ 4089 3330 00h 42m 28.30s −65° 28′ 05.3″ 5.38 2.33 133 F6V
λ2 Tuc λ2 5457 4293 00h 55m 00.30s −69° 31′ 37.1″ 5.45 1.40 210 G7III
π Tuc π 1685 1647 00h 20m 39.04s −69° 37′ 29.7″ 5.50 0.64 306 B9V
HD 225253 225253 377 00h 04m 41.25s −71° 26′ 12.7″ 5.59 −0.63 572 B8III
HD 220572 220572 115620 23h 25m 19.37s −56° 50′ 56.2″ 5.60 0.89 285 K0III
HD 220790 220790 115769 23h 27m 14.93s −58° 28′ 34.6″ 5.63 0.82 298 G8III
HD 219482 219482 114948 23h 16m 57.47s −62° 00′ 04.1″ 5.64 4.07 67 F7V
HD 221006 CG 221006 115908 23h 29m 00.93s −63° 06′ 38.2″ 5.66 0.33 380 Ap Si α² CVn variable, ΔV = 0.045m, P = 2.3148 d
BQ Tuc BQ 5276 4200 00h 53m 37.78s −62° 52′ 16.9″ 5.70 −0.64 613 M4III semiregular variable, ΔV = 0.2m
HD 222820 222820 117088 23h 44m 12.03s −64° 24′ 16.3″ 5.73 −1.42 879 K3II
HD 3823 3823 3170 00h 40m 24.66s −59° 27′ 20.5″ 5.89 3.86 83 G1V
HD 224361 224361 118092 23h 57m 19.78s −62° 57′ 23.8″ 5.95 1.96 205 A2p
HD 214632 214632 111967 22h 40m 48.86s −57° 25′ 20.3″ 5.98 −1.90 1226 K4III
HD 4088 4088 3352 00h 42m 41.64s −60° 15′ 45.7″ 5.99 1.68 237 K5III
HD 4294 4294 3489 00h 44m 31.52s −62° 29′ 51.4″ 6.06 1.44 274 F5III/IV
HD 222805 222805 117105 23h 44m 25.00s −70° 29′ 25.4″ 6.06 2.75 150 G8IV
DR Tuc DR 220263 115433 23h 22m 56.68s −60° 03′ 21.0″ 6.08 −1.00 851 M3III semiregular variable
θ Tuc θ 3112 2629 00h 33m 23.23s −71° 15′ 58.4″ 6.11 0.22 490 A7IV δ Sct variable, Vmax = 6.06m, Vmin = 6.15m, P = 0.049308 d
HD 219077 219077 114699 23h 14m 05.98s −62° 41′ 56.3″ 6.12 3.79 95 G5IV has a planet (b)
HD 216187 216187 112924 22h 52m 09.98s −63° 11′ 18.8″ 6.14 0.69 401 K0III
HD 213884 213884 111548 22h 35m 52.84s −57° 53′ 01.4″ 6.22 2.07 220 F0Vn
λ1 Tuc λ1 5190 4084 00h 52m 24.51s −69° 30′ 12.9″ 6.22 206 F7IV/V suspected variable
HD 5771 5771 4563 00h 58m 22.18s −60° 41′ 46.7″ 6.23 0.07 557 Am
HD 7916 7916 5992 01h 17m 03.68s −66° 23′ 52.4″ 6.23 1.16 336 A0V
CC Tuc CC 6311 4879 01h 02m 42.89s −65° 27′ 22.0″ 6.25 −0.71 803 M2III semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.22m, Vmin = 6.37m
HD 215121 215121 112259 22h 44m 16.48s −60° 29′ 58.8″ 6.29 0.63 442 F3V
HD 565 565 798 00h 09m 52.10s −62° 17′ 48.6″ 6.34 0.68 442 A6V
HD 215682 215682 112603 22h 48m 21.30s −61° 41′ 03.7″ 6.36 0.95 393 K0III
HD 211726 211726 110311 22h 20m 36.25s −57° 30′ 35.1″ 6.41 −0.48 780 K3/K4III
HD 3444 3444 2889 00h 36m 37.59s −65° 07′ 27.9″ 6.43 −0.05 646 K2/K3III
HD 216169 216169 112895 22h 51m 45.00s −59° 52′ 52.9″ 6.47 1.27 357 K1IIICN...
HD 220759 220759 115756 23h 27m 07.47s −66° 34′ 51.1″ 6.47 −0.70 886 K4III
HD 215562 ξ[1][2] 215562 112533 22h 47m 35.71s −65° 33′ 36.8″ 6.49 0.05 633 K1III
HD 4308 4308 3497 00h 44m 39.27s −65° 38′ 58.3″ 6.54 4.84 72 G5V has a planet (b)
Gliese 902 222237 116745 23h 39m 36.83s −72° 43′ 19.8″ 7.09 7.29 37.1 K3V
HD 6870 BS 6870 5321 01h 08m 03.97s −61° 52′ 17.8″ 7.45 339 A2IIwp δ Sct variable, Vmax = 7.43m, Vmin = 7.57m, P = 0.065 d
HD 221287 221287 116084 23h 31m 20.34s −58° 12′ 35.0″ 7.82 4.20 173 F7V has a planet (b)
CF Tuc CF 5303 4157 00h 53m 07.77s −74° 39′ 05.6″ 7.90 291.3 G5IV+K4IV-V RS CVn variable, Vmax = 7.50m, Vmin = 7.86m, P = 2.79750 d
HD 7199 7199 5529 01h 10m 47s −66° 11′ 17″ 8.06 117 KOIV/V has a planet (b)
HD 215497 215497 112441 22h 46m 36.75s −56° 35′ 58.3″ 8.97 5.78 142 K3V has two planets (b & c)
AQ Tuc AQ 1372 1387 00h 17m 21.51s −71° 54′ 56.8″ 10.12 1490 F4+... W UMa variable, Vmax = 9.91m, Vmin = 10.48m, P = 0.59484267 d
HD 7583 7583 5714 01h 13m 30.50s −73° 20′ 10.3″ 10.20 200000 A0Iao in SMC; yellow hypergiant, Vmax = 10.13m, Vmin = 10.44m
R40 6884 5267 01h 07m 18.22s −72° 28′ 03.7″ 10.23 200000 B9Iae in SMC; luminous blue variable, Vmax = 9.5m, Vmin = 10.73m
HD 5980 5980 00h 59m 26.57s −72° 09′ 53.9″ 11.31 200,000 WN3+OB D in SMC; triple star; contains a luminous blue variable and a Wolf–Rayet star, Vmax = 8.8m, Vmin = 11.9m; both components among the most luminous stars known
W Tuc W 4541 00h 58m 09.70s −63° 23′ 44.4″ 11.60 979 A... RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 10.783m, Vmin = 11.950m, P = 0.6422382 d
BZ Tuc BZ 00h 41m 43.43s −73° 43′ 23.6″ 11.68 200000 F8Ib in SMC; classical Cepheid, Vmax = 11.65m, Vmin = 12.35m, P = 127.447 d
AB7 01h 03m 35.93s −72° 03′ 22.0″ 13.02 200000 WN4+O6I in SMC; binary star; contains a Wolf–Rayet star
SMC X-1 01h 17m 05.15s −73° 26′ 36.0″ 13.30 200000 OB: in SMC; high-mass X-ray binary
SMC X-3 00h 52m 05.64s −72° 26′ 04.2″ 14.91 200000 B1-B1.5IV-V in SMC; X-ray pulsar
AX J0051-733 DZ 00h 50m 44.70s −73° 16′ 05.4″ 15.44 200000 B0-B0.5V in SMC; X-ray pulsar with Be star companion, Vmax = 14.7m, Vmin = 15.7m, P = 0.708 d
SMC X-2 00h 54m 36.2s −73° 40′ 35″ 16.38 200000 B1.5Ve in SMC; high-mass X-ray binary
CP Tuc CP 23h 15m 19.10s −59° 10′ 28.3″ AM Her variable
PSR J0045-7319 00h 45m 35.16s −73° 19′ 03.0″ 200000 in SMC; pulsar
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  1. ^ Designated by Bode.
  2. ^ Tirion, W., Sky Atlas 2000.0, Cambridge, 1981.

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