List of stars in Ara

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

Name B Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
β Ara β 157244 85258  17h 25m 18.00s −55° 31′ 47.4″ 2.84 −3.49 603 K3Ib-II
α Ara α 158427 85792  17h 31m 50.52s −49° 52′ 33.5″ 2.84 −1.51 242 B2Vne Choo, Tchou; λ Eri and γ Cas variable, Vmax = 2.73m, Vmin = 3.00m, P = 0.98127 d
ζ Ara ζ 152786 83081  16h 58m 37.23s −55° 59′ 24.2″ 3.12 −3.11 574 K5III
γ Ara γ 157246 85267  17h 25m 23.66s −56° 22′ 39.7″ 3.31 −4.40 1136 B1Ib
δ Ara δ 158094 85727  17h 31m 05.98s −60° 41′ 01.0″ 3.60 −0.19 187 B8V
θ Ara θ 165024 88714  18h 06m 37.88s −50° 05′ 29.2″ 3.65 −3.81 1012 B2Ib
η Ara η 151249 82363  16h 49m 47.11s −59° 02′ 28.7″ 3.77 −1.14 313 K5III binary star
ε1 Ara ε1 152980 83153  16h 59m 35.05s −53° 09′ 37.8″ 4.06 −0.79 304 K4III
σ Ara σ 159217 86092  17h 35m 39.61s −46° 30′ 20.1″ 4.56 −0.80 385 A0V
λ Ara λ 160032 86486  17h 40m 23.73s −49° 24′ 54.6″ 4.76 3.06 71 F3IV suspected δ Sct variable
μ Ara μ 160691 86796  17h 44m 08.72s −51° 50′ 00.9″ 5.12 4.20 50 G3IV-V Cervantes,[1] has four planets (b, c, d, & e)
κ Ara κ 157457 85312  17h 26m 00.03s −50° 38′ 00.7″ 5.19 −0.24 398 K1III a triple star system.
ι Ara ι 157042 85079  17h 23m 16.08s −47° 28′ 05.4″ 5.21 −1.51 721 B2IIIne Be star, Vmax = 5.18m, Vmin = 5.26m, P = 0.5565 d
π Ara π 159492 86305  17h 38m 05.57s −54° 30′ 00.3″ 5.25 2.12 137 A7V
ε2 Ara ε2 153580 83431  17h 03m 08.71s −53° 14′ 11.9″ 5.27 3.17 86 F6V
HD 157661 157661 85389  17h 26m 51.98s −45° 50′ 34.7″ 5.28 −1.04 599 B8V multiple star system
41 G. Ara 156274 84720  17h 19m 02.95s −46° 38′ 11.4″ 5.47 5.75 29 G8V binary star; suspected variable
ρ2 ρ2[2] 152824 83057  16h 58m 17.95s −50° 38′ 27.9″ 5.53 −0.50 523 B9IV
HD 150898 150898 82171  16h 47m 19.66s −58° 20′ 29.0″ 5.55 −3.48 2090 B0Iab suspected variable
HD 150168 150168 81733  16h 41m 40.23s −49° 39′ 05.6″ 5.62 −4.38 3260 B1II
HD 153053 153053 83187  17h 00m 06.29s −54° 35′ 49.2″ 5.64 2.12 165 A3V
HD 150136 150136 81702  16h 41m 20.42s −48° 45′ 46.7″ 5.65 O3.5If*+O6V triple star; suspected rotating ellipsoidal variable, ΔV = 0.03m
V539 Ara ν1 V539 161783 87314  17h 50m 28.39s −53° 36′ 44.6″ 5.68 −1.33 823 B2V + B3V Algol variable and slowly pulsating B star, Vmax = 5.71m, Vmin = 6.24m, P = 3.169094 d
HD 156838 156838 85147  17h 24m 01.08s −62° 51′ 50.9″ 5.69 −2.82 1638 B2IV
HD 157753 157753 85470  17h 27m 57.62s −52° 17′ 49.3″ 5.72 0.81 312 K2III
HD 153716 153716 83535  17h 04m 24.73s −57° 42′ 43.6″ 5.73 −1.00 723 B5IV
HD 150745 150745 82110  16h 46m 21.23s −58° 30′ 12.8″ 5.74 −1.31 838 B2IV-V
HD 156854 156854 85068  17h 23m 07.11s −56° 31′ 32.0″ 5.76 0.27 409 G8/K0III
HD 156942 156942 85169  17h 24m 18.80s −60° 40′ 25.6″ 5.76 −0.92 706 B8Ib/II
HD 160263 160263 86552  17h 41m 16.23s −46° 55′ 18.5″ 5.78 −0.75 660 A0V
HD 156768 156768 85049  17h 22m 55.23s −58° 00′ 37.0″ 5.86 −1.05 786 G8Ib/II
HD 154903 154903 84248  17h 13m 18.11s −67° 11′ 46.9″ 5.87 0.87 327 K0III-IV
HD 159463 159463 86248  17h 37m 27.31s −50° 03′ 34.1″ 5.89 0.76 346 K0III-IV
HD 157662 157662 85409  17h 27m 12.46s −50° 37′ 49.3″ 5.90 −2.65 1672 B9II
HD 151967 151967 82672  16h 54m 00.40s −57° 54′ 33.2″ 5.91 −0.71 688 M0III semiregular variable
HD 156091 156091 84731  17h 19m 12.51s −59° 41′ 40.5″ 5.93 −3.06 2050 K2IIICN...
HD 157819 157819 85520  17h 28m 38.91s −55° 10′ 10.8″ 5.93 −1.27 898 G8II/III Binary
HD 152527 152527 82902  16h 56m 28.80s −52° 17′ 01.1″ 5.94 1.01 315 A0III
V854 Ara V854 155035 84105  17h 11m 38.67s −48° 52′ 24.2″ 5.94 −1.09 830 M1/M2III slow irregular variable
V862 Ara V862 158220 85751  17h 31m 23.28s −56° 55′ 15.47″ 5.95 -3.14 2146 B7II-III Be star
HD 150576 150576 81966  16h 44m 39.75s −53° 09′ 08.2″ 5.96 −0.66 688 G8III
HD 153221 153221 83216  17h 00m 26.98s −48° 38′ 51.2″ 5.98 0.60 389 G5IV
HD 152082 152082 82806  16h 55m 24.68s −63° 16′ 10.7″ 5.99 0.30 448 A0III
HD 158476 158476 85788  17h 31m 49.10s −46° 02′ 12.4″ 6.04 −2.91 2012 F8/G0Ib suspected variable
HD 153791 153791 83481  17h 03m 41.68s −47° 09′ 38.1″ 6.07 −0.33 620 A2/A3V
HR 6384 V829 155341 84311  17h 14m 13.40s −56° 53′ 18.6″ 6.08 −1.90 1283 M1/2II/III+A semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.02m, Vmin = 6.25m, P = 50.58 d
HD 159018 159018 86064  17h 35m 19.91s −53° 21′ 10.4″ 6.09 −1.50 1072 B9III
HD 161420 161420 87174  17h 48m 38.08s −55° 24′ 06.6″ 6.09 2.55 166 A9IV
ν2 Ara ν2[3] 161917 87379  17h 51m 11.03s −53° 07′ 49.0″ 6.09 0.13 508 B9.5III/IV
HD 162123 162123 87404  17h 51m 44.55s −45° 36′ 02.5″ 6.09 −0.51 682 G6III
HD 165493 165493 88859  18h 08m 30.11s −45° 46′ 01.1″ 6.13 −0.86 815 B7/B8II
HD 149485 149485 81507  16h 38m 52.71s −60° 59′ 25.1″ 6.16 0.08 537 B8Vn
HD 149837 149837 81657  16h 40m 50.41s −60° 26′ 46.6″ 6.17 3.73 100 F2III-IV
HD 157599 157599 85393  17h 26m 56.35s −51° 56′ 55.6″ 6.17 0.26 495 B8/B9V
HD 150421 150421 81847  16h 43m 03.57s −46° 04′ 13.0″ 6.22 F5Iab
HD 157524 157524 85480  17h 28m 07.88s −63° 02′ 10.3″ 6.22 −0.68 782 B7/B8V
V828 Ara V828 153261 83323  17h 01m 47.39s −58° 57′ 29.6″ 6.26 −2.96 2280 B2IVne Be star, Vmax = 6.11m, Vmin = 6.24m
HD 158895 158895 86088  17h 35m 35.00s −59° 50′ 45.9″ 6.26 −1.90 1399 B5II/III
HD 163071 163071 87928  17h 57m 42.74s −56° 53′ 46.4″ 6.26 −1.74 1299 B4III
HD 156331 156331 84759  17h 19m 30.51s −50° 03′ 49.3″ 6.27 2.54 182 F2III
V626 Ara V626 160342 86628  17h 42m 03.62s −50° 30′ 38.4″ 6.28 −2.01 1482 M3III slow irregular variable, Vmax = 6.23m, Vmin = 6.46m
V872 Ara V872 149989 81650  16h 40m 44.39s −51° 28′ 42.9″ 6.30 2.86 159 A9V γ Dor variable
ρ1 Ara ρ1[4] V846 152478 82868  16h 56m 08.85s −50° 40′ 29.2″ 6.30 −0.51 751 B3Vnpe Be star
HD 158907 158907 85975  17h 34m 16.89s −48° 31′ 36.8″ 6.32 0.52 470 G6/G8III
HD 154555 154555 83984  17h 10m 06.28s −61° 40′ 31.6″ 6.37 −1.87 1449 B8II/III
HD 153201 153201 83269  17h 01m 07.03s −56° 33′ 18.1″ 6.40 −1.40 1181 Ap...
HD 153370 153370 83321  17h 01m 46.36s −51° 07′ 51.3″ 6.43 1.45 323 A7V
HD 151566 151566 82418  16h 50m 36.09s −50° 02′ 41.8″ 6.45 2.07 245 A5+...
HD 164896 164896 88675  18h 06m 09.21s −51° 44′ 38.0″ 6.46 −1.89 1523 A2III
HD 150897 150897 82091  16h 46m 06.38s −46° 31′ 54.9″ 6.47 0.78 448 A1V
HD 152220 152220 82723  16h 54m 31.55s −49° 42′ 38.8″ 6.49 −1.68 1405 K1II
HD 155951 155951 84700  17h 18m 51.78s −62° 52′ 28.3″ 6.50 0.39 542 K1III
HD 157832 V750 157832 85467  17h 27m 54.81s −47° 01′ 34.4″ 6.65 -5.07 7200 B2Vne γ Cas variable, Vmax = 6.62m, Vmin = 6.68m, P = 1.10406 d
HD 156411 156411 84787  17h 19m 51.40s −48° 32′ 57.5″ 6.67 2.96 180 G1Vw... has a planet (b)
R Ara R 149730 81589  16h 39m 44.74s −56° 59′ 39.8″ 6.73 2.20 262 B9IV/V Algol variable, Vmax = 6.17m, Vmin = 7.32m, P = 4.42522 d
HD 155555 V824 155555 84586  17h 17m 25.50s −66° 57′ 03.7″ 6.77 4.18 102.5 G5IV+K0IV-V RS CVn variable, ΔV = 0.07m, P = 1.6816 d
HD 156385 156385 84757  17h 19m 29.90s −45° 38′ 23.9″ 6.92 WC7.5 Wolf–Rayet star
HD 154857 154857 84069  17h 11m 15.72s −56° 40′ 50.9″ 7.25 3.07 223 G5V has 2 confirmed planets (b & c)
V535 Ara V535 159441 86306  17h 38m 05.55s −56° 49′ 17.3″ 7.36 2.02 381 A8V W UMa variable, Vmax = 7.17m, Vmin = 7.75m, P = 0.62930098 d
HD 154672 154672 83983  17h 10m 04.91s −56° 26′ 57.4″ 8.21 4.12 215 G3IV has a planet (b)
RW Ara RW 158830  17h 34m 49.23s −57° 08′ 50.5″ 8.97 A1IV Algol variable, Vmax = 8.85m, Vmin = 11.45m, P = 4.3674535 d
HD 152079 152079 82632  16h 53m 29.74s −46° 19′ 58.6″ 9.20 4.55 278 G6V has a planet (b)
Gliese 674 85523  17h 28m 39.95s −46° 53′ 42.7″ 9.36 11.08 15 M2.5 has a planet (b)
Gliese 676A 85647  17h 30m 11.20s −51° 38′ 13.1″ 9.59 8.55 53 M0 component of Gliese 676 system; has a planet (b)
S Ara S 88064  17h 59m 10.75s −49° 26′ 00.5″ 10.73 1.81 1980 A3 RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 9.92m, Vmin = 11.24m, P = 0.451848 d
SAO 244567 V839  17h 16m 21.08s −59° 29′ 23.3″ 10.75 -2.96 18000 B3e central star of Stingray Nebula
AE Ara AE  17h 41m 04.91s −47° 03′ 27.0″ 11.00 M2-5.5+Be Z And variable, Vmax = 11.0m, Vmin = 13.6m, P = 803.4 d
CPD -56 8032 V837 83916  17h 09m 00.86s −56° 54′ 48.1″ 11.04 WC10 central star of planetary nebula; Wolf–Rayet star Vmax = 10.9m, Vmin = 12.4m
AT Ara AT  17h 30m 33.80s −46° 05′ 58.9″ 11.5 K2+ SS Cyg variable, Vmax = 11.5m, Vmin = 15.32m, P = 0.37555 d
GX 339-4 V821  17h 02m 49.36s −48° 47′ 22.8″ 15.5 X-ray nova, Vmax = 15.4m, Vmin = 20.4m, P = 1.7557 d
BPM 25114 V820  17h 47m 46.9s −52° 07′ 10″ 15.62 DA: variable white dwarf, Vmax = 15.57m, Vmin = 15.74m, P = 2.8391 d
Westerlund 1-26  16h 47m 05.40s −45° 50′ 36.8″ 16.79 M5-6Ia in Westerlund 1; one of the largest known stars
4U 1636-53 V801  16h 40m 55.5s −53° 45′ 05″ 17.5 A1IV X-ray burster, Vmax = 16.5m, Vmin = 19.5m, P = 0.15804693 d
SGR 1627-41  16h 35m 52s −47° 35.2′ 11000 soft gamma repeater
Gliese 676B  17h 30.2m −51° 38′ M3 component of Gliese 676 system
BF Ara BF  17h 38m 21.33s −47° 10′ 41.5″ SU UMa variable
OY Ara OY 149990  16h 40m 50.27s −52° 25′ 51.3″ nova and Algol variable
CXOU J164710.2-455216  16h 47m 10.20s −45° 52′ 16.8″ in Westerlund 1 Anomalous X-ray pulsar
PSR J1644-4559  16h 44m 49.28s −45° 59′ 09.5″ pulsar
XTE J1650-500  16h 50m 00.98s −49° 57′ 43.6″ K4V Low-mass X-ray binary; black hole candidate
XTE J1701-462  17h 00m 58.46s −46° 11′ 08.6″ Low-mass X-ray binary
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Notes
  1. ^ Final Results of NameExoWorlds Public Vote Released
  2. ^ Bode designated it as "2.ρ".
  3. ^ Originally Lacaille lettered this star with neighboring V539 Ara as ν. Bečvář's atlas, Boss' catalogue, and Tirion's 1st edition of Sky Atlas 2000.0 erroneously lettered it as υ2. Subsequently Tirion removed it in Uranometria 2000.0 and the 2nd edition of Sky Atlas 2000.0.
  4. ^ Lacaille originally lettered it as ρ and Bode designated it as "1.ρ".

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