List of stars in Aquila

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This is the list of 143 notable stars in the constellation Aquila, sorted by decreasing brightness.

Name B F G. Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
Altair α 53 86 187642 97649 19h 50m 46.68s +08° 52′ 02.6″ 0.76 2.20 17 A7IV-V Atair, Al Nesr Al Tair, Vulture Volans;[1] 12th brightest star; nearby; has two optical components; δ Sct variable, ΔV = 0.004m, P = 0.06342 d
γ Aql γ 50 186791 97278 19h 46m 15.57s +10° 36′ 47.8″ 2.72 −3.03 460 K3II Tarazed, Tarazad, Reda, Menkib al Nesr, Humerus Vulturis;[1] double star; suspected variable
ζ Aql ζ 17 177724 93747 19h 05m 24.61s +13° 51′ 49.4″ 2.99 0.96 83 A0Vn Okab, Deneb el Okab, Denebokab Australis, Woo, Yuë (吳越), Dzeneb al Tair, Cauda (Vulturis) Volantis;[1] triple star
θ Aql θ 65 117 191692 99473 20h 11m 18.26s −00° 49′ 17.3″ 3.24 −1.48 287 B9.5III Tseen Foo, Thanih Ras al Akab, Secunda Capitis Vulturis;[1] spectroscopic binary; suspected variable
δ Aql δ 30 46 182640 95501 19h 25m 29.75s +03° 06′ 52.5″ 3.36 2.43 50 F0IV Denebokab, Song, Sung, Djenubi Menkib al Nesr, Australior Humerus Vulturis;[1] binary star; suspected variable
λ Aql λ 16 19 177756 93805 19h 06m 14.95s −04° 52′ 56.4″ 3.43 0.51 125 B9Vn Al Thalimain
β Aql β 60 98 188512 98036 19h 55m 18.77s +06° 24′ 28.6″ 3.71 3.03 45 G8IVvar Alshain, Alschain, Alschairn, Unuk al Ghyrab, Collum Corvi;[1] binary star; suspected variable; triple star; suspected variable
η Aql η 55 89 187929 97804 19h 52m 28.36s +01° 00′ 20.4″ 3.87 −3.91 1173 F6Ib-G4Ib Cepheid variable, Vmax = 3.48m, Vmin = 4.39m, P = 7.17664 d
ε Aql ε 13 176411 93244 18h 59m 37.39s +15° 04′ 06.5″ 4.02 0.65 154 K2III Deneb el Okab, Denebokab Borealis, Woo, Yuë (吳越); triple star
12 Aql i 12 9 176678 93429 19h 01m 40.84s −05° 44′ 20.5″ 4.02 0.73 149 K1IIIvar suspected variable
71 Aql l 71 146 196574 101847 20h 38m 20.27s −01° 06′ 18.3″ 4.31 −1.04 384 G8III SB spectroscopic binary
ι Aql ι 41 64 184930 96468 19h 36m 43.28s −01° 17′ 11.6″ 4.36 −0.51 307 B5III Al Thalimain; double star
μ Aql μ 38 58 184406 96229 19h 34m 05.23s +07° 22′ 45.5″ 4.45 1.80 111 K3III multiple star; suspected variable
ν Aql ν 32 47 182835 95585 19h 26m 31.09s +00° 20′ 18.9″ 4.64 −8.12 11643 F2Ib double star; suspected variable
ξ Aql ξ 59 94 188310 97938 19h 54m 14.882s +08° 27′ 41.23″ 4.722 0.74 204 G9IIIb Libertas,[2] has a planet (b)
69 Aql 69 141 195135 101101 20h 29m 38.96s −02° 53′ 07.7″ 4.91 1.07 191 K2III
70 Aql 70 144 196321 101692 20h 36m 43.63s −02° 32′ 59.7″ 4.91 −4.24 2203 K5II
κ Aql κ 39 63 184915 96483 19h 36m 53.45s −07° 01′ 38.9″ 4.93 −3.32 1455 B0.5III
26 Aql f 26 38 181391 95066 19h 20m 32.84s −05° 24′ 57.1″ 4.98 1.61 154 G8III-IV... spectroscopic binary
4 Aql 4 2 173370 91975 18h 44m 49.93s +02° 03′ 36.3″ 5.02 −0.78 472 B9V
36 Aql e 36 54 183630 95937 19h 30m 39.82s −02° 47′ 19.9″ 5.03 −0.91 502 M1IIIvar suspected variable
18 Aql 18 Y 178125 93867 19h 06m 58.60s +11° 04′ 16.7″ 5.07 −0.89 507 B8III Y Aql; double star; eclipsing binary
23 Aql 23 35 180972 94885 19h 18m 32.49s +01° 05′ 06.3″ 5.10 −0.24 381 K2II-IIIvar triple star
37 Aql 37 59 184492 96327 19h 35m 07.25s −10° 33′ 37.6″ 5.12 −0.55 444 G8III
ο Aql ο 54 187691 97675 19h 51m 01.50s +10° 24′ 57.8″ 5.12 3.68 63 F8V multiple star system
21 Aql 21 29 V1288 179761 94477 19h 13m 42.70s +02° 17′ 37.4″ 5.14 −1.33 640 B8II-IIIp(Hg:) V1288 Aql; double star; α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 5.06m, Vmin = 5.16m, P = 1.73 d
31 Aql b 31 182572 95447 19h 24m 57.77s +11° 56′ 34.3″ 5.17 4.27 49 G8IVvar triple star; suspected variable
σ Aql σ 44 68 185507 96665 19h 39m 11.64s +05° 23′ 52.0″ 5.18 −1.42 682 B3V + B3V β Lyr variable, ΔV = 0.2m, P = 1.95026 d
19 Aql 19 24 178596 94068 19h 08m 59.92s +06° 04′ 24.2″ 5.23 2.03 142 F0III-IV
11 Aql 11 176303 93203 18h 59m 05.73s +13° 37′ 21.2″ 5.27 1.88 155 F8V triple star; suspected variable
ω1 Aql ω1 25 180868 94834 19h 17m 49.00s +11° 35′ 43.4″ 5.28 −0.28 422 F0IV
χ Aql A χ 47 186203 96957 19h 42m 34.01s +11° 49′ 35.8″ 5.28 −1.53 751 F3V:+... multiple star system
φ Aql φ 61 188728 98103 19h 56m 14.23s +11° 25′ 25.4″ 5.28 1.28 206 A1IV spectroscopic binary; suspected variable
132 G. Aql 132 194013 100541 20h 23m 10.71s +05° 20′ 35.1″ 5.30 0.91 246 G8III-IV
FF Aql FF 176155 93124 18h 58m 14.75s +17° 21′ 39.4″ 5.33 −4.07 2470 F5Ia-F8Ia double star; Cepheid variable, Vmax = 5.18m, Vmin = 5.68m, P = 4.47092 d
20 Aql 20 28 179406 94385 19h 12m 40.70s −07° 56′ 22.2″ 5.35 −2.51 1216 B3V
51 Aql 51 82 187532 97650 19h 50m 46.80s −10° 45′ 48.9″ 5.38 3.27 86 F0V binary star
14 Aql g 14 11 176984 93526 19h 02m 54.49s −03° 41′ 56.4″ 5.40 −0.53 499 A1V double star
15 Aql h 15 15 177463 93717 19h 04m 57.66s −04° 01′ 52.9″ 5.40 0.41 325 K1III double star; suspected variable
66 Aql 66 123 192107 99631 20h 13m 13.87s −01° 00′ 33.4″ 5.44 −1.74 888 K5III
42 Aql 42 65 185124 96556 19h 37m 47.26s −04° 38′ 51.0″ 5.45 2.92 105 F3IV
27 Aql d 27 40 181440 95073 19h 20m 35.68s −00° 53′ 31.8″ 5.46 −0.51 509 B9III
τ Aql τ 63 107 190327 98823 20h 04m 08.31s +07° 16′ 40.6″ 5.51 −0.53 527 K0III
28 Aql A 28 V1208 181333 94982 19h 19m 39.35s +12° 22′ 28.7″ 5.53 0.39 347 F0III V1208 Aql; triple star; δ Sct variable, Vmax = 5.51m, Vmin = 5.56m, P = 0.149663 d
183492 95822 19h 29m 22.12s +14° 35′ 45.9″ 5.57 0.85 286 K0III
62 Ser (62) 69 175515 92872 18h 55m 27.44s +06° 36′ 55.8″ 5.58 0.81 293 G9III 69 G. Aquilae, suspected variable
HD 180262 180262 94624 19h 15m 20.09s +15° 05′ 01.2″ 5.58 −0.79 613 G8II-III double star
22 Aql 22 32 180482 94727 19h 16m 31.02s +04° 50′ 05.4″ 5.59 −0.53 546 A3IV
58 Aql 58 95 188350 97980 19h 54m 44.77s +00° 16′ 25.2″ 5.60 0.48 345 A0III
V1291 Aql 90 V1291 188041 97871 19h 53m 18.72s −03° 06′ 52.2″ 5.63 0.99 277 A5p(Sr-Cr-Eu) α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 5.61m, Vmin = 5.67m, P = 224.5 d
45 Aql 45 70 185762 96807 19h 40m 43.31s −00° 37′ 16.7″ 5.64 0.93 285 A3IV double star
HD 180555 180555 94720 19h 16m 26.78s +14° 32′ 40.6″ 5.65 0.36 372 B9.5V binary star
62 Aql 62 106 190299 98844 20h 04m 23.15s −00° 42′ 32.5″ 5.67 −0.59 582 K4III
π Aql B π 52 187260 19h 48m 42.10s +11° 48′ 55.0″ 5.70 component of the π Aql system
57 Aql A 57 93 188293 97966 19h 54m 37.65s −08° 13′ 38.0″ 5.70 0.64 335 B7Vn double star
14 Sge (14) 190229 98754 20h 03m 30.01s +16° 01′ 52.6″ 5.73 −0.72 637 B9MNp...
π Aql π 52 187259 97473 19h 48m 42.05s +11° 48′ 57.3″ 5.75 −0.46 570 F2V:+... component of the π Aql system
182900 95572 19h 26m 24.13s +13° 01′ 25.2″ 5.76 2.03 182 F6III
56 Aql 56 92 188154 97928 19h 54m 08.27s −08° 34′ 27.0″ 5.76 0.35 394 K5III double star
35 Aql c 35 51 V1431 183324 95793 19h 29m 00.99s +01° 57′ 01.9″ 5.79 1.94 192 A0V V1431 Aql; rapidly oscillating α2 CVn variable, ΔV = 0.04m
42 G. Aql 42 181907 95222 19h 22m 21.51s −00° 15′ 08.2″ 5.81 0.58 363 G8III:
13 G. Aql 13 177178 93580 19h 03m 32.24s +01° 49′ 08.2″ 5.82 2.11 180 A4V
49 G. Aql 49 183227 95732 19h 28m 20.80s +02° 55′ 48.2″ 5.84 −1.65 1025 B6III
100 G. Aql 100 189340 98416 19h 59m 47.49s −09° 57′ 26.2″ 5.87 3.92 80 F8V
5 Aql 5 3 173654 92117 18h 46m 28.58s −00° 57′ 41.9″ 5.89 1.40 258 A2m binary star
υ Aql υ 49 78 186689 97229 19h 45m 39.92s +07° 36′ 47.4″ 5.89 2.22 176 A3IV
103 G. Aql 103 189695 98526 20h 00m 58.97s +08° 33′ 28.0″ 5.90 −1.30 898 K5III
10 Aql 10 V1286 176232 93179 18h 58m 46.92s +13° 54′ 24.4″ 5.91 1.55 242 A4p(Eu-Cr-Sr) V1286 Aql; α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 5.83m, Vmin = 5.93m, P = 6.05 d
64 Aql 64 113 191067 99171 20h 08m 01.75s −00° 40′ 40.9″ 5.97 2.57 156 K1IV
HD 185018 185018 96481 19h 36m 52.45s +11° 16′ 23.5″ 5.98 −1.74 1140 G0Ib multiple star
QS Aql QS 185936 96840 19h 41m 05.53s +13° 48′ 56.5″ 5.98 −2.54 1646 B5V double star; Algol variable, Vmax = 5.93m, Vmin = 6.06m, P = 2.51329 d
80 G. Aql 80 187195 97499 19h 49m 02.19s −10° 52′ 14.6″ 6.00 1.29 285 K5III
ω2 Aql ω2 29 181383 95002 19h 19m 53.04s +11° 32′ 05.7″ 6.03 1.37 278 A2V
131 G. Aql 131 193329 100232 20h 19m 43.24s −01° 04′ 42.9″ 6.05 0.58 405 K0
8 Aql 8 5 V1729 174589 92524 18h 51m 22.16s −03° 19′ 04.1″ 6.08 1.44 276 F2III V1729 Aql; Delta Scuti variable
HD 183589 53 183589 95898 19h 30m 10.53s +02° 54′ 14.7″ 6.08 −2.46 1663 K5Ib multiple star; suspected variable
V923 Aql 55 V923 183656 95929 19h 30m 33.11s +03° 26′ 39.8″ 6.09 −1.26 962 B5.5IIIpe-B8V γ Cas variable, ΔV = 0.12m
R Aql 22 R 177940 93820 19h 06m 22.25s +08° 13′ 48.0″ 6.09 −2.04 1400 M6.5-9e Mira variable, Vmax = 5.5m, Vmin = 12.0m, P = 270.5 d
137 G. Aql 137 194454 100758 20h 25m 42.53s −02° 48′ 01.0″ 6.10 −0.60 713 K1III:
V500 Aql V500 19h 52m 27.98s +08° 28′ 41.6″ 6.1 pec(NOVA) – e+cont Nova Aquilae; Vmax = 6.1m, Vmin = 17.8m
85 G. Aql 85 187660 97687 19h 51m 11.10s −02° 27′ 39.2″ 6.12 −0.09 570 K5III
68 Aql 68 139 194939 100977 20h 28m 24.89s −03° 21′ 27.9″ 6.12 −0.04 557 B9V double star
HD 188385 96 188385 97970 19h 54m 40.18s +07° 08′ 25.3″ 6.14 1.60 263 A2V double star
HD 194244 135 194244 100664 20h 24m 37.49s +01° 04′ 06.2″ 6.14 −0.92 840 B9V triple star; suspected variable
HD 187923 187923 97767 19h 52m 03.64s +11° 37′ 44.9″ 6.16 3.95 90 G0V double star; suspected variable
101 G. Aql 101 189322 98385 19h 59m 22.63s +01° 22′ 39.1″ 6.17 −0.69 769 G8III
34 G. Aql 34 180782 94833 19h 17m 48.18s +02° 01′ 54.5″ 6.19 1.56 275 A1Vn
6 G. Aql 6 175640 92963 18h 56m 22.66s −01° 47′ 59.3″ 6.20 0.17 525 B9III
145 G. Aql 145 196426 101746 20h 37m 18.38s +00° 05′ 49.2″ 6.21 −0.26 643 B8IIIp
7 G. Aql 7 176095 93138 18h 58m 23.71s +06° 14′ 24.7″ 6.22 2.45 185 F5IV
4 G. Aql 4 174240 92386 18h 49m 37.18s +00° 50′ 10.4″ 6.24 0.01 575 A1V
12 G. Aql 12 176981 93488 19h 02m 21.56s +08° 22′ 24.7″ 6.25 −0.83 849 K2III
52 G. Aql 52 183387 95812 19h 29m 18.02s +00° 14′ 46.0″ 6.25 −0.08 603 K2
ψ Aql ψ 48 186547 97139 19h 44m 34.19s +13° 18′ 10.1″ 6.25 −0.72 809 B9III-IV
88 G. Aql 88 187753 97697 19h 51m 17.73s +09° 37′ 47.8″ 6.25 0.92 380 A1m
HD 191984 120 191984 99585 20h 12m 35.12s +00° 52′ 01.6″ 6.25 −0.08 603 A0 double star
37 G. Aql 37 181122 94916 19h 18m 52.75s +09° 37′ 05.4″ 6.31 0.31 517 G9III Les Grey
43 G. Aql 43 182038 95281 19h 23m 04.44s −07° 24′ 02.0″ 6.31 0.41 493 K0
HD 183144 183144 95664 19h 27m 33.90s +14° 16′ 57.0″ 6.31 −0.73 834 B4III suspected variable
71 G. Aql 71 185966 96917 19h 42m 02.90s −09° 11′ 36.4″ 6.31 1.26 334 K2
60 G. Aql 60 184573 96356 19h 35m 29.79s −07° 27′ 36.7″ 6.32 1.13 355 K0
46 Aql 46 186122 96931 19h 42m 12.81s +12° 11′ 35.8″ 6.33 −0.39 720 B9III
25 G. Aql 25 178744 94149 19h 09m 51.59s −00° 25′ 41.2″ 6.34 −0.80 874 B5Vn
44 G. Aql 44 182101 95253 19h 22m 48.35s +09° 54′ 46.4″ 6.34 3.58 116 F6V
191263 99234 20h 08m 38.28s +10° 43′ 33.1″ 6.34 −2.42 1842 B3IV
V450 Aql V450 184313 96204 19h 33m 46.03s +05° 27′ 56.8″ 6.35 −0.75 858 M5III-M8III semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.30m, Vmin = 6.65m, P = 64.20 d
67 G. Aql 67 185423 96630 19h 38m 48.99s +03° 22′ 53.5″ 6.36 B3III
HD 174569 174569 92475 18h 50m 45.55s +10° 58′ 35.0″ 6.37 −2.41 1863 K5III+... double star
U Aql 50 U 183344 95820 19h 29m 21.36s −07° 02′ 38.6″ 6.37 −2.07 1590 F5-G1I-II Cepheid variable, Vmax = 6.08m, Vmin = 6.86m, P = 7.02393 d
61 G. Aql 61 184663 96351 19h 35m 25.13s +02° 54′ 48.5″ 6.37 3.25 137 F6IV
184944 96428 19h 36m 15.68s +14° 23′ 28.2″ 6.37 1.19 354 K0II-III
V1472 Aql V1472 190658 98954 20h 05m 26.53s +15° 30′ 01.3″ 6.37 −0.44 749 M2 comp eclipsing variable, ΔV = ~0.16m
V1401 Aql (64) 108 V1401 190390 98910 20h 05m 05.42s −11° 35′ 57.8″ 6.38 −1.58 1273 F1III 64 Sagittarii; semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.18m, Vmin = 6.55m
24 Aql 24 36 181053 94913 19h 18m 50.93s +00° 20′ 20.4″ 6.40 0.52 488 K0II-III:.. multiple star
136 G. Aql 136 194263 100672 20h 24m 41.75s +01° 22′ 07.0″ 6.41 −0.71 865 K5
75 G. Aql 75 186535 97144 19h 44m 41.27s +08° 43′ 35.7″ 6.43 1.00 398 K0
HD 191104 114 191104 99158 20h 07m 50.34s +09° 23′ 59.1″ 6.43 3.25 141 F3V double star
187203 97454 19h 48m 30.51s +10° 41′ 38.8″ 6.44 −2.22 1762 F8Ib-II
HD 192699 128 192699 99894 20h 16m 06.03s +04° 34′ 51.3″ 6.44 2.30 220 G8IV has a planet (b)
HD 179791 30 179791 94478 19h 13m 44.02s +05° 30′ 56.3″ 6.47 0.15 598 A3V suspected variable
77 G. Aql 77 186660 97244 19h 45m 52.23s −02° 53′ 00.4″ 6.47 −1.14 1087 B3III
87 G. Aql 87 187734 97709 19h 51m 26.84s +04° 05′ 19.1″ 6.47 K0... double star
110 G. Aql 110 190664 99024 20h 06m 12.19s −04° 04′ 41.2″ 6.47 1.37 341 K0
122 G. Aql 122 192086 99624 20h 13m 04.43s −00° 19′ 50.9″ 6.47 −1.94 1567 K5
142 G. Aql 142 195617 101339 20h 32m 20.40s +02° 07′ 58.1″ 6.47 −1.23 1132 K2
V1339 Aql 84 V1339 187567 97607 19h 50m 17.48s +07° 54′ 08.7″ 6.49 −1.90 1552 B2.5IVe Be star; γ Cas variable, Vmax = 6.33m, Vmin = 6.52m
57 Aql B 57 188294 97967 19h 54m 38.06s −08° 14′ 13.1″ 6.49 1.27 361 B8V component of the 57 Aql system
HD 188405 97 188405 98038 19h 55m 19.49s −06° 44′ 04.7″ 6.49 1.83 279 F2V double star
V1691 Aql 45 V1691 182475 95453 19h 25m 01.51s −04° 53′ 04.4″ 6.50 1.48 329 A9V δ Sct variable, ΔV = 0.04m, P = 0.0781 d
V Aql V 177336 93666 19h 04m 24.15s −05° 41′ 05.4″ 6.78 −1.36 1207 C5,4 – C6,4(N6) carbon star; semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.6m, Vmin = 8.4m, P = 353 d
TT Aql TT 178359 93990 19h 08m 13.75s +01° 17′ 55.2″ 7.10 −4.84 7951 F6-G5 Cepheid variable, Vmax = 6.46m, Vmin = 7.70m, P = 13.7546 d
HD 186641 186641 97233 19h 45m 41.0s −00° 41′ 48″ 7.34 2.2 347 K0 has a planet (b)
V604 Aql V604 19h 02m 6.33s −04° 26′ 43.2″ 7.6 pec(NOVA) – e+cont Nova Aquilae; Vmax = 7.6m, Vmin = 18.0m
HD 183263 183263 95740 19h 28m 24.57s +08° 21′ 29.0″ 7.86 4.25 172 G2IV has two planets (b & c)
HD 179079 179079 94256 19h 11m 09.83s −02° 38′ 18.2″ 7.96 3.94 208 G5IV has a planet (b)
V1703 Aql V1703 192263 99711 20h 13m 59.85s −00° 52′ 00.8″ 8.10 6.61 65 K2V double star; has a planet (b); BY Draconis variable, ΔV = 0.03m, P = 23.98 d
HD 176986l 176986 93540 19h 03m 06.0s −11° 02′ 38″ 8.45 86 K2.5V has two planets (b & c)
Gliese 726 173818 92200 18h 47m 27s −03° 38′ 23″ 8.70 8.17 46.07 K5V
V1494 Aql V1494 19h 23m 5.38s +04° 57′ 20.1″ 8.8 pec(NOVA) – e+cont Nova Aquilae; Vmax = 5.03m, Vmin = 16.0m
WASP-74 20h 18m 10.0s −01° 04′ 33″ 9.7 4.31 391 F9 has a transiting planet (b)
HAT-P-41 19h 49m 17.0s +04° 40′ 21″ 11.09 3.63 1014 has a transiting planet (b)
V603 Aql V603 174107 92316 18h 48m 54.64s +00° 35′ 02.9″ 11.64 4.76 776 pec(NOVA) – e+cont Nova Aquilae 1918; Vmax = −1.4m, Vmin = 12.03m
WASP-80 20h 12m 40.0s −02° 08′ 44″ 11.88 7.99 196 has a transiting planet (b)
χ Aql B χ 47 186204 19h 42m 37.90s +11° 50′ 31.0″ 12.30 5.35 800 G0:+A3V component of the χ Aql system
COROT-2 19h 27m 07s +01° 23′ 02″ 12.57 5.29 930 G7V has a transiting planet (b)
COROT-3 19h 28m 13.27s +00° 07′ 18.6″ 13.3 4.16 2200 F3V has a transiting brown dwarf (b)
COROT-8 19h 26m 21.24s +01° 25′ 35.2″ 14.80 6.89 ~1250 K1V has a transiting planet (b)
COROT-10 19h 24m 15.30s +00° 44′ 46.0″ 15.22 7.53 ~1130 K1V has a transiting planet (b)
VB 10 19h 16m 57.62s +05° 09′ 02.2″ 17.30 18.47 19 M8V has a planet (b)
V606 Aql V606 19h 20m 24.3s −00° 08′ 7.0″ 700 pec(NOVA) – e+cont Nova Aquilae; Vmax = 5.5m, Vmin = 17.3m
W50 (nebula) 19h 11m 49s −04° 59′ 12.0″ 16000 Supernova remnant
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