List of stars in the Hipparcos Catalogue

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Equirectangular plot of declination vs right ascension of stars brighter than apparent magnitude 5 on the Hipparcos Catalogue, coded by spectral type and apparent magnitude, relative to the modern constellations and the ecliptic

This is a list of some of the brightest stars in the Hipparcos Catalogue (HIP). The numbers are the identifiers (HIP numbers).[1]

HIP 1 to 10000[edit]

HIP 10001 to 20000[edit]

  • 10826: ο Ceti (Mira)
  • 11767: α Ursae Minoris (Polaris)
  • 14576: β Persei (Algol)
  • 15863: α Persei (Mirfak, Algenib)
  • 16537: ε Eridani (Sadira)

HIP 20001 to 30000[edit]

HIP 30001 to 40000[edit]

HIP 40001 to 50000[edit]

HIP 50001 to 60000[edit]

  • 50583: γ Leonis (Algieba)
  • 53910: β Ursae Majoris (Merak)
  • 54061: α Ursae Majoris (Dubhe)
  • 57632: β Leonis (Denebola)
  • 58001: γ Ursae Majoris (Phad, Phecda)
  • 59774: δ Ursae Majoris (Megrez)

HIP 60001 to 70000[edit]

HIP 70001 to 80000[edit]

HIP 80001 to 90000[edit]

  • 80763: α Scorpii (Antares)
  • 82273: α Trianguli Australis (Atria)
  • 82396: ε Scorpii (Wei)
  • 84012: η Ophiuchi (Sabik)
  • 85927: λ Scorpii (Shaula)
  • 86032: α Ophiuchi (Rasalhague, Ras Alhague)
  • 86228: θ Scorpii (Sargas, Girtab)
  • 86670: κ Scorpii(Girtab)
  • 87833: γ Draconis (Etamin)

HIP 90001 to 100000[edit]

HIP 100001 to 110000[edit]

HIP 110001 to 120000[edit]

  • 112122: β Gruis (Gruid)
  • 113368: α Piscis Austrini (Fomalhaut)
  • 113881: β Pegasi (Scheat)
  • 113963: α Pegasi (Markab, Marchab)
  • 118322: ε Tucanae (last star in Hipparcos catalog)


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