List of stars in Aquarius

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

Name B F G. Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
β Aqr β 22 75 204867 106278  21h 31m 33.52s −05° 34′ 16.2″ 2.90 −3.47 612 G0Ib Sadalsuud, Sadalsud, Sad es Saud, Sadalsund, Saad el Sund, Nir Saad al Saaoud, Lucida Fortunæ Fortunarum,[1] part of Saʽd al Suʽud;[2][3] triple star
α Aqr α 34 105 209750 109074  22h 05m 47.03s −00° 19′ 11.4″ 2.95 −3.88 758 G2Ib Sadalmelik, Sadal Melik, Sadalmelek, Sadlamulk, El Melik, Saad el Melik, Ruchbah; double star
δ Aqr δ 76 191 216627 113136  22h 54m 39.04s −15° 49′ 14.7″ 3.27 −0.18 159 A3V Skat, Scheat, Seat, Sheat
ζ1 Aqr ζ1 55 150 213051 110960  22h 28m 49.80s −00° 01′ 12.2″ 3.65 1.14 103 F3III-IV Sadaltager, Sadaltajir, Altager, Achr al Achbiya, Postrema Tabernaculorum,[1] part of al Aḣbiyah;[4][5] binary star
88 Aqr c2 88 211 218594 114341  23h 09m 26.76s −21° 10′ 20.9″ 3.68 −0.60 234 K1III
λ Aqr λ 73 185 216386 112961  22h 52m 36.86s −07° 34′ 46.8″ 3.73 −1.67 391 M2IIIvar Hydor, Ekkhysis; irregular variable, Vmax = 3.57m, Vmin = 3.80m
ε Aqr ε 2 8 198001 102618  20h 47m 40.53s −09° 29′ 44.5″ 3.78 −0.46 229 A1V Albali, Al Bali, Nir Saad Bula, Lucida Fortunæ Dissipantis,[1] part of al Bulaʽ;[6][7] suspected variable
γ Aqr γ 48 136 212061 110395  22h 21m 39.30s −01° 23′ 14.5″ 3.86 0.44 158 A0V Sadachbia, Sadalachbia, Aoul al Achbiya, Prima Tabernaculorum, part of al Aḣbiyah;[1][4][5] double star
98 Aqr b1 98 136 220321 115438  23h 22m 58.30s −20° 06′ 01.2″ 3.96 0.48 162 K0III
η Aqr η 62 163 213998 111497  22h 35m 21.33s −00° 07′ 02.5″ 4.04 0.29 183 B9IV-Vn part of al Aḣbiyah[4][5]
τ2 Aqr τ2 71 183 216032 112716  22h 49m 35.51s −13° 35′ 33.1″ 4.05 −1.28 380 K5III optical double; suspected variable
θ Aqr θ 43 129 211391 110003  22h 16m 49.97s −07° 46′ 59.7″ 4.17 0.33 191 G8III-IV Ancha
φ Aqr φ 90 215 219215 114724  23h 14m 19.33s −06° 02′ 54.7″ 4.22 0.05 222 M2III suspected variable
ψ1 Aqr ψ1 91 218 219449 114855  23h 15m 53.28s −09° 05′ 15.7″ 4.24 0.95 148 K0III multiple star; has a planet (b)
ι Aqr ι 33 107 209819 109139  22h 06m 26.21s −13° 52′ 10.3″ 4.29 0.67 172 B8V
99 Aqr b2 99 235 220704 115669  23h 26m 02.82s −20° 38′ 30.7″ 4.38 −0.50 308 K4III suspected variable
ψ2 Aqr ψ2 93 222 219688 115033  23h 17m 54.20s −09° 10′ 57.0″ 4.41 −0.56 322 B5Vn Be star; variable, ΔV = 0.06m, P = 1.073 d
ζ2 Aqr ζ2 55 150 213052  22h 28m 50.10s −00° 01′ 12.0″ 4.42 -0.01 251 F3V component of the ζ Aqr system
3 Aqr k 3 9 EN 198026 102624  20h 47m 44.24s −05° 01′ 39.4″ 4.43 −1.24 445 M3IIIvar EN Aqr; irregular variable, ΔV = 0.06m
86 Aqr c1 86 210 218240 114119  23h 06m 40.81s −23° 44′ 35.2″ 4.48 0.67 188 G8III binary star
ω2 Aqr ω2 105 259 222661 116971  23h 42m 43.28s −14° 32′ 41.1″ 4.49 1.12 154 B9V binary star
ν Aqr ν 13 47 201381 104459  21h 09m 35.59s −11° 22′ 18.0″ 4.50 1.00 164 G8III Albulaan, part of al Bulaʽ[6][7]
ξ Aqr ξ 23 81 205767 106786  21h 37m 45.04s −07° 51′ 14.9″ 4.68 0.99 179 A7V Bunda, Thanih Saad al Saaoud, Secunda Fortunæ Fortunarum,[1] part of Saʽd al Suʽud;[2][3] double star
66 Aqr g 66 176 215167 112211  22h 43m 35.25s −18° 49′ 49.1″ 4.68 −1.18 484 K3III suspected variable
101 Aqr b3 101 244 221565 116247  23h 33m 16.63s −20° 54′ 52.3″ 4.70 −0.26 320 A0V double star
89 Aqr c3 89 212 218640 114375  23h 09m 54.88s −22° 27′ 27.3″ 4.71 −1.31 521 A3IV: double star
μ Aqr μ 6 16 198743 103045  20h 52m 39.21s −08° 58′ 59.7″ 4.73 1.34 155 A3m Albulaan, part of al Bulaʽ;[6][7] double star, spectroscopic binary
ο Aqr ο 31 103 209409 108874  22h 03m 18.83s −02° 09′ 19.2″ 4.74 −0.60 381 B7IVe Kae Uh; emission-line star; γ Cas variable, Vmax = 4.68m, Vmin = 4.89m
π Aqr π 52 142 212571 110672  22h 25m 16.61s +01° 22′ 38.6″ 4.80 −2.84 1101 B1Ve Seat, Wasat al Achbiya, Media Tabernaculorum, part of al Aḣbiyah;[1][4][5] emission-line star; γ Cas variable, Vmax = 4.42m, Vmin = 4.87m
σ Aqr σ 57 154 213320 111123  22h 30m 38.82s −10° 40′ 40.4″ 4.82 0.27 265 A0IVs 貴子星 (Takako-boshi)
104 Aqr A A2 104 257 222574 116901  23h 41m 45.80s −17° 48′ 59.5″ 4.82 −1.65 643 G2Ib/II triple star; suspected variable
χ Aqr χ 92 219 219576 114939  23h 16m 50.95s −07° 43′ 35.3″ 4.93 −1.54 640 M3III semiregular variable, Vmax = 4.75m, Vmin = 5.10m, P = 35.25 d
ω1 Aqr ω1 102 253 222345 116758  23h 39m 47.04s −14° 13′ 19.4″ 4.97 1.91 134 A7IV
ψ3 Aqr ψ3 95 223 219832 115115  23h 18m 57.65s −09° 36′ 38.6″ 4.99 0.58 249 A0V triple star
κ Aqr κ 63 166 214376 111710  22h 37m 45.42s −04° 13′ 39.9″ 5.04 0.76 234 K2III Situla; double star
25 Aqr d 25 84 206067 106944  21h 39m 33.28s +02° 14′ 37.5″ 5.10 0.76 241 K0III double star
47 Aqr 47 135 212010 110391  22h 21m 35.58s −21° 35′ 52.9″ 5.12 1.37 183 K0III
1 Aqr 1 3 196758 101936  20h 39m 24.83s +00° 29′ 11.4″ 5.15 0.77 245 K1III triple star
108 Aqr i3 108 270 ET 223640 117629  23h 51m 21.32s −18° 54′ 33.0″ 5.17 0.20 321 Ap Si ET Aqr; spectroscopic binary; α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 5.12m, Vmin = 5.21m, P = 3.73524 d
94 Aqr B 94 224 115125  23h 19m 06.37s −13° 27′ 17.0″ 5.19 3.56 69 K2V component of the 94 Aqr system
97 Aqr 97 230 220278 115404  23h 22m 39.10s −15° 02′ 21.8″ 5.19 0.88 237 A3V binary star
94 Aqr A 94 224 219834 115126  23h 19m 06.51s −13° 27′ 30.4″ 5.20 3.62 69 G6/G8IV binary star
υ Aqr υ 59 161 213845 111449  22h 34m 41.50s −20° 42′ 28.3″ 5.21 3.43 74 F7V
68 Aqr 68 179 215721 112529  22h 47m 33.19s −19° 36′ 46.3″ 5.24 0.68 266 G8III
106 Aqr i1 106 261 222847 117089  23h 44m 12.06s −18° 16′ 36.9″ 5.24 0.20 331 B9V
258 G. Aqr 258 222643 116957  23h 42m 27.81s −15° 26′ 52.7″ 5.27 0.60 280 K3III
107 Aqr i2 107 262 223024 117218  23h 46m 00.84s −18° 40′ 42.1″ 5.28 1.21 212 F0III double star
32 Aqr 32 104 209625 108991  22h 04m 47.43s −00° 54′ 22.5″ 5.29 1.04 231 A5m
41 Aqr 41 123 210960 109786  22h 14m 18.02s −21° 04′ 28.9″ 5.33 0.65 281 K1III multiple star
42 Aqr 42 127 211361 110000  22h 16m 48.04s −12° 49′ 53.2″ 5.34 −0.52 484 K1III
ρ Aqr ρ 46 134 211838 110273  22h 20m 11.91s −07° 49′ 16.0″ 5.35 −1.44 743 B8IIIMNp...
103 Aqr A1 103 256 222547 116889  23h 41m 34.51s −18° 01′ 36.8″ 5.36 −0.91 584 K4/K5III
38 Aqr e 38 117 210424 109472  22h 10m 37.46s −11° 33′ 53.9″ 5.43 −0.75 561 B5III
83 Aqr h 83 208 218060 113996  23h 05m 09.71s −07° 41′ 37.7″ 5.44 1.63 188 F2V triple star
18 Aqr 18 67 203705 105668  21h 24m 11.44s −12° 52′ 41.3″ 5.48 2.07 157 F0V suspected variable
21 Aqr 21 70 203926 105767  21h 25m 16.96s −03° 33′ 23.7″ 5.48 −0.01 408 K4III
7 Aqr 7 24 199345 103401  20h 56m 54.03s −09° 41′ 51.1″ 5.49 −0.84 601 K5III triple star; suspected variable
12 Aqr B 12 37 200496 103981  21h 04m 04.58s −05° 49′ 24.2″ 7.31 A3V optical double
49 Aqr 49 137 212271 110529  22h 23m 30.79s −24° 45′ 45.6″ 5.53 0.93 272 K0IIICN...
77 Aqr 77 193 216640 113148  22h 54m 45.60s −16° 16′ 18.3″ 5.53 2.36 140 K1III suspected variable
5 Aqr 5 13 198667 103005  20h 52m 08.69s −05° 30′ 25.4″ 5.55 −1.27 753 B9III suspected variable
30 Aqr 30 102 209396 108868  22h 03m 16.43s −06° 31′ 20.7″ 5.55 0.95 271 K0III
53 Aqr B f 53 146 212697 110778  22h 26m 34.15s −16° 44′ 31.7″ 5.55 4.04 65 G3V multiple star
217 G. Aqr 217 219402 114822  23h 15m 34.26s −03° 29′ 46.9″ 5.56 1.30 231 A3V
96 Aqr 96 226 219877 115142  23h 19m 23.86s −05° 07′ 27.5″ 5.56 2.85 114 F3IV
28 Aqr 28 99 209128 108691  22h 01m 05.01s +00° 36′ 17.1″ 5.60 −0.94 661 K4III:
26 Aqr 26 85 206445 107144  21h 42m 10.12s +01° 17′ 07.0″ 5.66 −2.77 1583 K2III
HD 222093 250 222093 116591  23h 37m 39.54s −13° 03′ 37.1″ 5.66 0.96 283 K0III double star
τ1 Aqr τ1 69 180 215766 112542  22h 47m 42.75s −14° 03′ 23.1″ 5.68 1.17 260 B9V multiple star
269 G. Aqr 269 223559 117567  23h 50m 33.26s −14° 24′ 05.2″ 5.70 −0.05 460 K4III
19 Aqr 19 68 203875 105761  21h 25m 13.02s −09° 44′ 53.3″ 5.71 1.07 276 F0IV
94 G. Aqr 94 208111 108102  21h 54m 10.34s −04° 16′ 33.4″ 5.71 0.96 291 K2III
HD 216718 195 216718 113184  22h 55m 10.94s −04° 59′ 16.4″ 5.72 0.95 293 K0III-IV double star
264 G. Aqr 264 223170 117314  23h 47m 15.94s −11° 54′ 39.2″ 5.74 0.61 346 K0III
44 Aqr 44 131 211434 110023  22h 17m 06.50s −05° 23′ 14.0″ 5.75 0.65 341 G6III suspected variable
50 Aqr 50 140 212430 110602  22h 24m 27.03s −13° 31′ 45.9″ 5.76 −0.35 542 K0III
HD 223807 h 273 223807 117756  23h 52m 50.49s −08° 59′ 48.1″ 5.76 −0.61 612 K0III
80 G. Aqr 80 205423 106592  21h 35m 17.63s −03° 58′ 59.9″ 5.79 0.13 441 G9III:
51 Aqr 51 139 212404 110578  22h 24m 06.87s −04° 50′ 13.2″ 5.79 0.22 424 A0V multiple star
35 Aqr 35 112 210191 109332  22h 08m 58.99s −18° 31′ 10.5″ 5.80 −5.79 6792 B2III
HD 211392 130 211392 110009  22h 16m 52.60s −09° 02′ 24.1″ 5.80 0.64 351 K3III: suspected variable
74 Aqr 74 187 HI 216494 113031  22h 53m 28.69s −11° 36′ 59.5″ 5.80 −0.72 657 B8IV/V HI Aqr; double star; α2 CVn variable, ΔV = 0.01m, P = 3.4 d
15 Aqr 15 58 202753 105164  21h 18m 11.07s −04° 31′ 10.2″ 5.83 −1.56 979 B5V
271 G. Aqr 271 223774 117722  23h 52m 30.05s −14° 15′ 04.3″ 5.85 1.13 286 K2III
11 G. Aqr 11 198431 102891  20h 50m 41.70s −12° 32′ 41.0″ 5.87 1.45 250 K1III
16 Aqr 16 62 203222 105412  21h 21m 04.33s −04° 33′ 36.5″ 5.87 0.80 336 G7III:
60 Aqr 60 160 213789 111394  22h 34m 02.89s −01° 34′ 27.0″ 5.88 0.21 444 G6III triple star
12 Aqr A 12 200497  21h 04m 04.74s −05° 49′ 23.08″ 5.89 -0.21 541 G4III optical component of 12 Aqr
255 G. Aqr 255 222493 116853  23h 41m 08.87s −11° 40′ 50.4″ 5.89 0.56 379 K0III
138 G. Aqr 138 212320 110532  22h 23m 32.15s −07° 11′ 40.0″ 5.92 0.18 466 G8Ib/II(w)
268 G. Aqr 268 223524 117541  23h 50m 14.65s −09° 58′ 27.6″ 5.93 1.06 307 K0IV
202 G. Aqr 202 217563 113686  23h 01m 31.70s −04° 42′ 41.3″ 5.94 −3.61 1011 G5II/III
DV Aqr 27 DV 199603 103545  20h 58m 41.87s −14° 28′ 59.1″ 5.95 1.31 276 A9V β Lyr variable, Vmax = 5.89m, Vmin = 6.25m, P = 1.57553 d
246 G. Aqr 246 221745 116368  23h 34m 49.33s −15° 14′ 44.9″ 5.95 0.79 351 K4III
45 Aqr 45 133 211676 110179  22h 19m 00.70s −13° 18′ 17.9″ 5.96 0.78 354 K0III
225 G. Aqr 225 219879 115144  23h 19m 24.11s −18° 04′ 31.4″ 5.96 −1.71 1116 K2/K3III
162 G. Aqr 162 213986 111515  22h 35m 36.36s −23° 59′ 27.9″ 5.97 0.89 337 K1III
205 G. Aqr 205 217703 113801  23h 02m 44.29s −20° 52′ 13.4″ 5.97 1.54 251 K0III
HD 210434 118 210434 109466  22h 10m 33.70s −04° 16′ 00.7″ 5.98 1.30 282 K0III-IV double star
4 Aqr 4 12 198571 102945  20h 51m 25.69s −05° 37′ 35.9″ 5.99 2.14 192 F5IV-V multiple star; suspected variable
17 Aqr 17 65 203525 105574  21h 22m 56.27s −09° 19′ 09.4″ 5.99 −0.73 720 M0III
39 Aqr 39 120 210705 109624  22h 12m 25.74s −14° 11′ 37.8″ 6.04 2.85 142 F0V binary star; suspected variable
HD 199442 26 199442 103414  20h 57m 10.57s +00° 27′ 50.2″ 6.06 1.11 318 K2III triple star
HD 223311 265 223311 117420  23h 48m 32.48s −06° 22′ 49.4″ 6.09 −0.64 723 K4III suspected variable
119 G. Aqr 119 210464 109509  22h 11m 02.30s −21° 13′ 57.7″ 6.10 2.33 185 F6/F7V
74 G. Aqr 74 204121 105864  21h 26m 27.99s +01° 06′ 13.5″ 6.12 2.72 156 F5V
198 G. Aqr 198 217251 113531  22h 59m 35.68s −13° 04′ 15.2″ 6.12 −0.40 656 K3/K4III
HD 219279 216 219279 114750  23h 14m 40.18s −10° 41′ 19.1″ 6.13 −0.91 836 K5III multiple star
HD 213429 157 213429 111170  22h 31m 18.22s −06° 33′ 17.6″ 6.15 4.12 83 F7V double star
155 G. Aqr 155 213428 111171  22h 31m 18.42s −02° 54′ 40.3″ 6.15 0.34 473 K0
HD 218061 207 218061 113998  23h 05m 12.88s −17° 04′ 44.9″ 6.15 0.01 552 K4III double star
128 G. Aqr 128 211356 109984  22h 16m 33.67s −01° 35′ 46.9″ 6.16 1.63 262 A5Vn
89 G. Aqr 89 207235 107596  21h 47m 38.20s −05° 55′ 00.6″ 6.17 1.70 256 A7V
126 G. Aqr 126 211364 110018  22h 16m 59.79s −23° 08′ 24.4″ 6.17 0.16 519 K0III
HD 220035 228 220035 115257  23h 20m 40.95s −05° 54′ 28.2″ 6.17 0.72 400 K0III suspected variable
82 Aqr 82 204 217701 113781  23h 02m 32.56s −06° 34′ 26.1″ 6.18 −1.72 1240 M2III suspected variable
234 G. Aqr 234 220465 115528  23h 24m 07.76s −18° 41′ 17.2″ 6.18 0.92 367 K0III
70 Aqr 70 181 FM 215874 112615  22h 48m 30.19s −10° 33′ 19.8″ 6.19 0.87 377 A9III-IV FM Aqr; low-amplitude δ Sct variable, Vmax = 6.16m, Vmin = 6.19m, P = 0.087 d
78 Aqr 78 192 216637 113127  22h 54m 34.13s −07° 12′ 16.3″ 6.20 −0.16 609 K3III
238 G. Aqr 238 221081 115906  23h 29m 00.69s −09° 15′ 57.7″ 6.20 −2.95 2203 K0
11 Aqr 11 31 199960 103682  21h 00m 33.81s −04° 43′ 47.7″ 6.21 4.10 86 G1V
266 G. Aqr 266 223428 117494  23h 49m 31.58s −15° 51′ 40.3″ 6.21 0.64 424 K1/K2III
HD 205765 82 205765 106758  21h 37m 33.77s −00° 23′ 25.8″ 6.22 0.78 399 A2V binary star
2 G. Aqr 2 196712 101921  20h 39m 13.25s −02° 24′ 46.7″ 6.23 −1.65 1230 B7IIIn
HD 214448 167 214448 111761  22h 38m 22.10s −07° 53′ 51.2″ 6.23 0.49 459 G1IV-V double star
81 Aqr 81 201 217531 113674  23h 01m 23.65s −07° 03′ 40.1″ 6.23 0.69 418 K5III
274 G. Aqr 274 223884 117797  23h 53m 20.81s −24° 13′ 45.2″ 6.23 1.41 300 A5V
HD 198272 IQ 198272 102770  20h 49m 17.25s −00° 33′ 47.8″ 6.24 −1.06 942 M3
HD 200375 35 200375 103892  21h 03m 03.09s +01° 31′ 55.9″ 6.24 2.14 215 F5V triple star
HD 208177 95 208177 108144  21h 54m 35.90s −03° 18′ 04.3″ 6.24 2.02 227 F5IV double star
98 G. Aqr 98 208801 108506  21h 58m 54.99s −04° 22′ 21.0″ 6.24 3.46 117 K2V
100 Aqr 100 242 221357 116118  23h 31m 42.04s −21° 22′ 10.0″ 6.24 1.72 261 F0V
HD 221148 239 221148 115953  23h 29m 31.98s −04° 31′ 55.9″ 6.26 2.81 159 K3IIIvar suspected variable
49 G. Aqr 49 201567 104557  21h 10m 46.87s −09° 21′ 14.2″ 6.27 1.14 346 K0III
200 G. Aqr 200 217498 113673  23h 01m 23.03s −22° 47′ 27.0″ 6.27 1.26 327 A2V
7 G. Aqr 7 197954 102561  20h 47m 03.57s −02° 29′ 12.7″ 6.28 −0.63 787 K2
100 G. Aqr 100 209240 108784  22h 02m 11.78s −17° 54′ 12.0″ 6.28 1.64 277 K0III
115 G. Aqr 115 210419 109442  22h 10m 21.10s −03° 53′ 38.3″ 6.28 1.05 362 A1Vnn
LP Aqr 172 LP 214983 112078  22h 42m 05.99s −05° 06′ 06.6″ 6.28 −1.78 1336 M0 multiple star; irregular variable, ΔV = ~0.34m
144 G. Aqr 144 212643 110746  22h 26m 10.70s −23° 40′ 56.8″ 6.29 0.38 495 A0V
197 G. Aqr 197 216953 113345  22h 57m 17.21s −04° 48′ 36.3″ 6.31 0.80 413 G9III
HD 214810 171 214810 111965  22h 40m 47.96s −03° 33′ 14.9″ 6.32 3.70 109 F6V binary star
96 G. Aqr 96 208703 108453  21h 58m 13.28s −05° 25′ 28.8″ 6.33 2.60 181 F5IV
HD 219659 221 219659 115015  23h 17m 40.06s −11° 42′ 46.6″ 6.33 0.94 389 A1/A2IV/V suspected variable
38 G. Aqr 38 200663 104048  21h 04m 45.32s +02° 16′ 11.8″ 6.34 0.96 388 G5
53 Aqr A f 53 212698  22h 26m 34.40s −16° 44′ 33.0″ 6.35 component of the 53 Aqr system
113 G. Aqr 113 210244 109375  22h 09m 28.94s −23° 39′ 32.8″ 6.36 0.37 514 G8III
56 Aqr 56 153 213236 111086  22h 30m 17.33s −14° 35′ 08.3″ 6.36 −0.08 633 B8II
196 G. Aqr 196 216727 113204  22h 55m 30.57s −20° 08′ 21.7″ 6.36 −0.28 695 K4/K5III
R Aqr R 222800 117054  23h 43m 49.50s −15° 17′ 04.0″ 6.36 -0.11 643 M7IIIpev Mira variable, Vmax = 5.2m, Vmin = 12.4m, P = 390 d
189 G. Aqr 189 216553 113080  22h 54m 05.60s −19° 10′ 30.5″ 6.37 0.53 481 K5III
237 G. Aqr 237 220957 115839  23h 28m 05.14s −11° 26′ 58.9″ 6.37 1.10 369 G6/G8III
15 G. Aqr 15 198802 103077  20h 53m 05.57s −11° 34′ 25.5″ 6.38 3.11 147 G1V
HD 202259 52 202259 104872  21h 14m 37.03s +00° 05′ 32.2″ 6.38 −0.23 685 M1III suspected variable
20 Aqr 20 69 203843 105729  21h 24m 51.68s −03° 23′ 53.6″ 6.38 2.37 213 F0V
251 G. Aqr 251 222125 116624  23h 38m 02.98s −15° 05′ 41.4″ 6.38 1.30 338 K0III
29 Aqr 29 101 DX 209278 108797  22h 02m 26.25s −16° 57′ 53.4″ 6.39 0.59 471 A0/1V + K1/2 DX Aqr; triple star, spectroscopic binary; Algol variable, Vmax = 6.37m, Vmin = 6.78m, P = 0.945013 d
121 G. Aqr 121 210763 109647  22h 12m 43.89s −04° 43′ 14.1″ 6.39 1.53 305 F7V
HD 211575 132 211575 110091  22h 18m 04.30s −00° 14′ 15.1″ 6.39 3.30 135 F3V
58 Aqr 58 156 213464 111200  22h 31m 41.28s −10° 54′ 19.7″ 6.39 2.20 225 A8III
61 Aqr 61 164 214028 111539  22h 35m 48.82s −17° 27′ 37.1″ 6.39 0.62 465 K4III
240 G. Aqr 240 221308 116060  23h 31m 01.15s −06° 17′ 16.8″ 6.39 −2.97 2433 K0
67 Aqr 67 175 215143 112179  22h 43m 14.25s −06° 57′ 46.5″ 6.40 1.14 368 A0Vn
248 G. Aqr 248 221835 116428  23h 35m 32.07s −07° 27′ 52.1″ 6.40 0.68 453 G5III:
57 G. Aqr 57 202606 105079  21h 17m 13.54s −13° 16′ 44.3″ 6.41 0.05 609 A1V
IZ Aqr 79 IZ 205358 106544  21h 34m 42.76s +01° 49′ 45.1″ 6.41 −1.98 1552 M3 irregular variable, Vmax = 6.23m, Vmin = 6.47m
152 G. Aqr 152 213198 111066  22h 30m 01.39s −12° 54′ 54.4″ 6.41 1.86 264 F2/F3IV/V
213 G. Aqr 213 218639 114371  23h 09m 49.53s −14° 30′ 37.9″ 6.43 1.31 345 A0V
236 G. Aqr 236 220766 115709  23h 26m 35.44s −21° 44′ 27.0″ 6.43 1.01 396 K0III double star
18 G. Aqr 18 198949 103154  20h 53m 58.37s −06° 53′ 21.9″ 6.44 2.20 230 F1IV
14 Aqr 14 54 IW 202466 105019  21h 16m 17.78s −09° 12′ 52.8″ 6.45 −2.30 1831 M4III: IW Aqr; double star; semiregular variable, ΔV = ~0.07m, P = 163 d
72 G. Aqr 72 204041 105819  21h 25m 51.55s +00° 32′ 03.5″ 6.45 1.75 284 A1IV
HD 215114 174 215114 112168  22h 43m 03.40s −08° 18′ 41.2″ 6.45 0.06 617 A5V multiple star
1 G. Aqr 1 196676 101911  20h 39m 05.86s −04° 55′ 46.2″ 6.46 2.18 234 K0
233 G. Aqr 233 220466 115522  23h 24m 04.02s −21° 46′ 27.2″ 6.46 2.48 204 F3IV/V double star
EW Aqr 50 EW 201707 104634  21h 11m 41.31s −14° 28′ 20.6″ 6.47 0.82 439 Fm delta Del low-amplitude δ Sct variable, Vmax = 6.41m, Vmin = 6.48m, P = 0.0968946 d
55 G. Aqr 55 202554 105046  21h 16m 39.46s −01° 36′ 27.8″ 6.48 −0.59 845 K0
34 G. Aqr 34 200340 103889  21h 02m 59.62s −00° 55′ 29.1″ 6.50 −1.75 1455 B6V
241 G. Aqr 241 221356 116106  23h 31m 31.40s −04° 05′ 13.0″ 6.50 4.41 86 F8V
HD 210277 114 210277 109378  22h 09m 29.87s −07° 32′ 55.2″ 6.63 4.99 69 G0V has a planet (b)
37 Aqr 37 116 210422 109460  22h 10m 31.74s −10° 49′ 13.7″ 6.64 0.97 444 K0 suspected variable
24 Aqr 24 83 206058 106942  21h 39m 31.39s −00° 03′ 04.1″ 6.66 3.48 141 F7III triple star
HD 212771 212771 110813  22h 27m 03.07s −17° 15′ 49.2″ 7.60 2.17 397 G8IV has a planet (b)
HD 222582 222582 116906  23h 41m 51.53s −05° 59′ 08.7″ 7.70 4.59 137 G5 has a planet (b)
HD 220689 220689 115662  23h 25m 53s −20° 36′ 58″ 7.77 4.53 145 G3V has a planet (b)
Gliese 884 217357 116215  23h 32m 49s −16° 50′ 44″ 7.87 8.34 26.8 K7V
HD 215152 215152 112190  22h 43m 21s −06° 24′ 03″ 8.13 6.47 70 K0 has four planets (b, c, d & e)
HD 206610 206610 107251  21h 43m 24.90s −07° 24′ 29.7″ 8.34 2.19 555 K0III has a planet (b)
Gliese 898 221503 113576  23h 00m 16.12s −22° 31′ 27.6″ 8.36 7.68 45.5 K6V
104 Aqr B A2 104 222561 116904  23h 41m 46.39s −17° 47′ 00.5″ 8.52 1.29 911 A6V: component of the 104 Aqr system
WASP-69  21h 00m 06.0s −05° 05′ 40″ 9.87 6.38 163 K5 has a transiting planet (b)
Gl 876 IL 113020  22h 53m 16.73s −14° 15′ 49.3″ 10.17 11.81 15.3 M3.5V IL Aqr; nearby red dwarf, BY Dra variable, Vmax = 10.15m, Vmin = 10.21m; has four planets (b, c, d & e)
Gl 849 109388  22h 09m 40.35s −04° 38′ 26.6″ 10.42 10.70 29 M3.5 has two planets (b & c)
WASP-70 A  21h 01m 54.0s −13° 26′ 00″ 10.79 3.84 799 G4 has a transiting planet (b)
WASP-75  22h 49m 33.0s −10° 40′ 32″ 11.45 4.38 848 F9 has a transiting planet (b)
AE Aqr AE 101991  20h 40m 09.16s −00° 52′ 15.0″ 11.6 6.56 333 K2Ve + pec(e+cont) DQ Her-type cataclysmic variable, Vmax = 10.18m, Vmin = 12.12m
WASP-177  22h 19m 11.0s −01° 50′ 04″ 11.6 581 K2 has a transiting planet (b)
WASP-47  22h 04m 49.0s −12° 01′ 08″ 11.9 5.4 652 G9V has four transiting planets (b, c, d & e)
EZ Aqr EZ  22h 38m 33.62s −15° 17′ 59.2″ 12.18 14.49 11.3 M5.5Ve-M7e 12th closest star system; triple star; flare star
WASP-6  23h 12m 38.0s −22° 40′ 26″ 12.4 4.96 1001 G8 has a transiting planet (b)
WASP-147  23h 56m 46.0s −22° 09′ 11″ 12.31 1389 G4 has a transiting planet (b)
LP 876-10  22h 48m 04.47s −24° 22′ 07.5″ 12.62 M4V Fomalhaut C
WASP-165  23h 50m 19.3s −17° 04′ 39″ 12.69 G6 has a transiting planet (b)
FO Aqr FO  22h 17m 55.43s −08° 21′ 04.6″ 13.5 DQ Her-type cataclysmic variable, Vmax = 12.7m, Vmin = 14.2m, P = 0.202060 d
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  1. ^ a b c d e f E.B Knobel – On a catalogue of stars in the Calendarium of Al Achsasi Al Mouakket
  2. ^ a b Consisting with β Aqr (Sadalsuud), ξ Aqr (Bunda) and 46 Cap (c Cap), were Saʽd al Suʽud, the Luck of Lucks. See Star Name – R.H.Allen p. 52
  3. ^ a b β Aqr as Nir Saad al Saaoud or Lucida Fortunæ Fortunarum (the brightest of luck of lucks) and ξ Aqr as Thanih Saad al Saaoud or Secunda Fortunæ Fortunarum (the second of luck of lucks). c Cap should be Thalath Fortunæ Fortunarum or Tertia Fortunæ Fortunarum (the third of luck of lucks) consistently, but Al Achsasi Al Mouakket was not designated the title for this star with uncleared consideration. Possibly according to the differences of opinion with R.H.Allen
  4. ^ a b c d Consisting with γ Aqr (Sadachbia), π Aqr (Seat), ζ Aqr (Sadaltager / Achr al Achbiya) and η Aqr (Hydria), were al Aḣbiyah, the Tent. See Star Name – R.H.Allen p. 52
  5. ^ a b c d γ Aqr as Aoul al Achbiya or Prima Tabernaculorum (the first of luck of the homes or tents), π Aqr as Wasat al Achbiya or Media Tabernaculorum (the middle of luck of the homes or tents) and ζ Aqr as Achr al Achbiya or Postrema Tabernaculorum (the end of luck of the homes or tents). η Aqr should be designated as al Achbiya consistently, but it was not designated as the Arabian name except the name Hydria (Greek) or Deli (Hebrew)
  6. ^ a b c Consisting with ε Aqr (Albali), μ Aqr (Albulaan) and ν Aqr (Albulaan), were al Bulaʽ, the Swallower. See Star Name – R.H.Allen p. 53
  7. ^ a b c ε Aqr as Nir Saad Bula or Lucida Fortunæ Dissipantis (the brightest of luck of the swallower) and the common name is Albali. μ Aqr and ν Aqr was already designated as the common name Albulaan, the plural form of al Bulaʽ