List of stars in Andromeda

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

Name B F Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
α And α[1] 21 358 677 00h 08m 23.17s +29° 05′ 27.0″ 2.07 −0.30 97 B9p Alpheratz, Sirrah; α² CVn variable, ΔV = 0.04m, P = 0.966222 d; spectroscopic binary
β And β 43 6860 5447 01h 09m 43.80s +35° 37′ 15.0″ 2.07 −1.86 199 M0IIIvar Mirach; variable
γ1 And γ1 57 12533 9640 02h 03m 53.92s +42° 19′ 47.5″ 2.10 −3.08 355 K3IIb Almach; quadruple star system
δ And δ 31 3627 3092 00h 39m 19.60s +30° 51′ 40.4″ 3.27 0.81 101 K3III... spectroscopic binary; suspected variable
Andromeda Galaxy (n)[2] 33 00h 42m 44.31s +41° 16′ 09.4″ 3.44[3]
(nebulous)
2540000 BD+40°148; naked eye spiral galaxy in the Local group
51 And [4][5] 51 9927 7607 01h 37m 59.50s +48° 37′ 42.6″ 3.59 −0.04 174 K3III Nembus; multiple star
ο And ο 1 217675 113726 23h 01m 55.25s +42° 19′ 33.5″ 3.62 −3.01 692 B6pv SB quadruple star system; γ Cas variable, Vmax = 3.55m, Vmin = 3.78m
λ And λ 16 222107 116584 23h 37m 33.71s +46° 27′ 33.0″ 3.81 1.75 84 G8III-IV RS CVn variable, Vmax = 3.65m, Vmin = 4.05m, P = 53.95 d
μ And μ 37 5448 4436 00h 56m 45.10s +38° 29′ 57.3″ 3.86 0.75 136 A5V multiple star
ζ And ζ 34 4502 3693 00h 47m 20.39s +24° 16′ 02.6″ 4.08 0.35 181 K1II β Lyr/RS CVn variable, Vmax = 3.92m, Vmin = 4.14m, P = 17.7696 d
υ And [6][7] 50 9826 7513 01h 36m 47.98s +41° 24′ 23.0″ 4.10 3.45 44 F8V Titawin,[8] has four planets (b, c, d & e)
κ And κ 19 222439 116805 23h 40m 24.44s +44° 20′ 02.3″ 4.15 0.57 170 B9IVn triple star, has a planet (b)
φ And φ 42 6811 5434 01h 09m 30.12s +47° 14′ 30.6″ 4.26 −2.51 736 B7III emission-line star
ι And ι 17 222173 116631 23h 38m 08.18s +43° 16′ 05.1″ 4.29 −1.65 502 B8V Keff al Salsalat, Manus Catenata[9]
π And π 29 3369 2912 00h 36m 52.84s +33° 43′ 09.7″ 4.34 −2.18 656 B5V spectroscopic binary; suspected variable
ε And ε 30 3546 3031 00h 38m 33.50s +29° 18′ 44.5″ 4.34 0.77 169 G5III...
η And η 38 5516 4463 00h 57m 12.43s +23° 25′ 03.9″ 4.40 0.04 243 G8III-IV spectroscopic binary
σ And σ 25 1404 1473 00h 18m 19.71s +36° 47′ 07.2″ 4.51 1.33 141 A2V suspected variable
ν And ν 35 4727 3881 00h 49m 48.83s +41° 04′ 44.2″ 4.53 −2.06 679 B5V SB spectroscopic binary
7 And 7 219080 114570 23h 12m 32.92s +49° 24′ 21.5″ 4.53 2.58 80 F0V
θ And θ 24 1280 1366 00h 17m 05.54s +38° 40′ 54.0″ 4.61 0.16 253 A2V suspected variable
3 And 3 218031 113919 23h 04m 10.83s +50° 03′ 06.1″ 4.64 0.94 179 K0III
65 And 65 14872 11313 02h 25m 37.40s +50° 16′ 43.2″ 4.73 −0.39 345 K4III triple star
58 And 58 13041 9977 02h 08m 29.15s +37° 51′ 33.1″ 4.78 0.86 198 A5IV-V
8 And 8 219734 115022 23h 17m 44.62s +49° 00′ 55.0″ 4.82 −1.69 655 M2III suspected variable
ω And ω[10] 48 8799 6813 01h 27m 39.09s +45° 24′ 25.0″ 4.83 2.57 92 F5IV
γ2 And γ2 57 12534 02h 03m 54.70s +42° 19′ 51.0″ 4.84 B8V component of the γ And system; triple star system
60 And b 60 13520 10340 02h 13m 13.34s +44° 13′ 54.1″ 4.84 −1.32 556 K4III suspected variable
ξ And ξ[10] 46 8207 6411 01h 22m 20.39s +45° 31′ 43.5″ 4.87 0.98 195 K0III-IV Adhil
τ And τ 53 10205 7818 01h 40m 34.80s +40° 34′ 37.6″ 4.96 −1.64 681 B8III suspected variable
41 H. And υ[11] 10307 7918 01h 41m 46.52s +42° 36′ 49.7″ 4.96 4.45 41 G2V spectroscopic binary
ψ And ψ 20 223047 117221 23h 46m 02.04s +46° 25′ 13.0″ 4.97 −3.05 1309 G5Ib multiple star
22 And 22 571 841 00h 10m 19.24s +46° 04′ 20.2″ 5.01 −2.44 1006 F2II
χ And χ[12] 52 10072 7719 01h 39m 21.02s +44° 23′ 10.1″ 5.01 0.66 242 G8III...
41 And (d)[13] 41 6658 5317 01h 08m 00.72s +43° 56′ 32.1″ 5.04 1.14 196 A3m
2 And 2 217782 113788 23h 02m 36.34s +42° 45′ 28.1″ 5.09 −0.06 349 A3Vn multiple star
V428 And V428 3346 2900 00h 36m 46.47s +44° 29′ 18.6″ 5.14 −1.38 656 K5III semiregular variable, ΔV = 0.06m, P = 11.5 d; has a possible planetary system
ρ And ρ 27 1671 1686 00h 21m 07.23s +37° 58′ 07.3″ 5.16 1.71 160 F5III
2421 2225 00h 28m 13.59s +44° 23′ 40.2″ 5.18 0.63 265 A2Vs spectroscopic binary
64 And 64 14770 11220 02h 24m 24.89s +50° 00′ 23.9″ 5.19 −0.11 375 G8III
GN And 28 GN 2628 2355 00h 30m 07.34s +29° 45′ 06.1″ 5.20 1.43 185 A7III low-amplitude δ Sct variable, ΔV = 0.05m, P = 0.0693041 d
14 And 14 221345 116076 23h 31m 17.20s +39° 14′ 11.0″ 5.22 0.80 249 K0III Veritate,[8] suspected variable; has a planet (b)
49 And A[14] 49 9057 6999 01h 30m 06.10s +47° 00′ 26.6″ 5.27 0.53 290 K0III
32 And 32 3817 3231 00h 41m 07.20s +39° 27′ 31.2″ 5.30 0.18 344 G8III
4 And 4 218452 114200 23h 07m 39.28s +46° 23′ 14.3″ 5.30 0.20 342 K5III double star
6 Per [15] (6)[16] 13530 10366 02h 13m 36.02s +51° 03′ 58.4″ 5.31 1.38 199 G8III:var spectroscopic binary; suspected variable
62 And c 62 14212 10819 02h 19m 16.85s +47° 22′ 48.0″ 5.31 0.84 255 A1V
18 And 18 222304 116709 23h 39m 08.35s +50° 28′ 18.3″ 5.35 −0.04 390 B9V
55 And 55 11428 8814 01h 53m 17.35s +40° 43′ 47.3″ 5.42 −0.67 540 K1III double star
11 And 11 219945 115152 23h 19m 29.79s +48° 37′ 30.7″ 5.44 0.43 328 K0III
3421 2942 00h 37m 21.23s +35° 23′ 58.2″ 5.45 −2.03 1022 G5III
36 And 36 5286 4288 00h 54m 58.02s +23° 37′ 42.4″ 5.46 2.51 127 K1IV suspected variable
V340 And 15 V340 221756 116354 23h 34m 37.55s +40° 14′ 11.6″ 5.55 1.28 233 A1III low-amplitude δ Sct variable, ΔV = 0.007m
PZ And 63 PZ 14392 10944 02h 20m 58.17s +50° 09′ 05.5″ 5.57 0.38 356 B9p Si α2 CVn variable, ΔV = 0.05m, P = 4.189 d
47 And 47 8374 6514 01h 23m 40.56s +37° 42′ 54.0″ 5.60 1.54 211 A1m
10204 7825 01h 40m 39.56s +43° 17′ 51.9″ 5.63 1.05 268 A9IV:
44 And 44 6920 5493 01h 10m 18.85s +42° 04′ 53.7″ 5.67 2.06 172 F8V
5 And 5 218470 114210 23h 07m 45.25s +49° 17′ 43.6″ 5.68 3.02 111 F5V
HD 5788 5788 4675 01h 00m 03.55s +44° 42′ 47.9″ 5.69 0.14 420 A2Vn binary star with HD 5789
56 And 56 11749 9021 01h 56m 09.23s +37° 15′ 06.5″ 5.69 0.73 320 G8III... multiple star
23 And 23 905 1086 00h 13m 30.94s +41° 02′ 08.6″ 5.71 2.99 114 F0IV
16028 12072 02h 35m 38.74s +37° 18′ 44.2″ 5.72 −0.86 676 K4III triple star
V388 And 13 V388 220885 115755 23h 27m 07.33s +42° 54′ 43.1″ 5.75 0.97 294 B9III α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 5.73m, Vmin = 5.77m, P = 1.47931 d
12 And 12 220117 115280 23h 20m 53.17s +38° 10′ 56.9″ 5.77 2.63 138 F5V triple star
1632 1657 00h 20m 45.54s +32° 54′ 40.4″ 5.79 −0.69 646 K5III
45 And 45 7019 5550 01h 11m 10.29s +37° 43′ 26.9″ 5.80 −1.44 916 B7III-IV double star
14622 11090 02h 22m 50.36s +41° 23′ 47.5″ 5.81 2.44 154 F0III-IV has two optical companions
10 And 10 219981 115191 23h 19m 52.38s +42° 04′ 40.9″ 5.81 −0.30 542 M0III
HD 222109 222109 116582 23h 37m 32.03s +44° 25′ 44.5″ 5.81 −1.20 823 B8V double star
HD 224635 224635 118281 23h 59m 29.33s +33° 43′ 26.9″ 5.81 3.50 95 F8 multiple star
OU And OU 223460 117503 23h 49m 40.96s +36° 25′ 31.4″ 5.86 0.21 440 G1IIIe FK Com variable, ΔV = 0.07m, P = 24.2 d
1439 1493 00h 18m 38.22s +31° 31′ 02.0″ 5.88 −0.23 543 A0IV
HD 2767 2767 2475 00h 31m 25.61s +33° 34′ 54.1″ 5.88 0.10 467 K1III... binary star
HD 1606 1606 1630 00h 20m 24.39s +30° 56′ 08.2″ 5.89 −0.37 582 B7V suspected variable
11727 9001 01h 55m 54.47s +37° 16′ 40.1″ 5.89 −1.52 991 K5III optical component of 56 And
KK And KK 9531 7321 01h 34m 16.60s +37° 14′ 13.9″ 5.90 0.50 392 B8Vp(Si) α2 CVn variable, ΔV = 0.012m, P = 0.6684 d
16176 12181 02h 36m 57.08s +38° 44′ 02.3″ 5.91 2.24 177 F5V
6 And 6 218804 114430 23h 10m 27.36s +43° 32′ 41.1″ 5.91 3.65 112 F5V Astrometric binary
10975 8423 01h 48m 38.84s +37° 57′ 10.6″ 5.94 1.06 308 K0III
39 And 39 6116 4903 01h 02m 54.28s +41° 20′ 42.7″ 5.95 0.84 344 A5m double star
8671 6711 01h 26m 18.60s +43° 27′ 28.4″ 5.98 2.90 135 F7V
AN And 9 AN 219815 115065 23h 18m 23.33s +41° 46′ 25.3″ 5.98 0.17 472 A7m β Lyr variable, Vmax = 5.96m, Vmin = 6.11m, P = 3.21952 d
HD 5608 5608 4552 00h 58m 14.19s +33° 57′ 03.8″ 5.99 2.17 190 K0 has a transiting planet (b)
224165 117956 23h 55m 33.48s +47° 21′ 21.0″ 6.01 −2.46 1614 G8Ib
224342 118071 23h 57m 03.63s +42° 39′ 29.7″ 6.01 −2.22 1442 F8III
4335 3604 00h 46m 10.80s +44° 51′ 41.4″ 6.03 0.32 452 B9.5IIIMNp.
13594 10403 02h 14m 02.53s +47° 29′ 03.8″ 6.05 2.96 135 F5V
HD 3883 3883 3269 00h 41m 35.98s +24° 37′ 44.6″ 6.06 0.30 462 A7m suspected variable
V439 And V439 166 544 00h 06m 36.53s +29° 01′ 19.0″ 6.07 5.39 45 K0V BY Draconis variable, ΔV = 0.04m, P = 6.23 d
5118 4185 00h 53m 28.22s +37° 25′ 05.9″ 6.07 0.77 374 K3III:
221293 116030 23h 30m 39.54s +38° 39′ 44.0″ 6.07 −0.33 621 G9III
HD 223229 223229 117340 23h 47m 33.05s +46° 49′ 57.3″ 6.08 −1.96 1320 B3IV suspected variable
225239 394 00h 04m 53.21s +34° 39′ 34.4″ 6.09 3.26 120 G2V
59 And A 59 13294 10176 02h 10m 52.83s +39° 02′ 22.5″ 6.09 1.56 263 B9V binary star
26 And 26 1438 1501 00h 18m 42.15s +43° 47′ 28.1″ 6.10 −0.53 692 B8V double star
5526 4501 00h 57m 39.64s +45° 50′ 21.8″ 6.10 0.45 439 K2III
HD 225218 225218 365 00h 04m 36.60s +42° 05′ 33.2″ 6.11 −2.45 1680 B9III double star
7647 5993 01h 17m 05.05s +44° 54′ 07.5″ 6.11 −0.18 590 K5
HD 1185 1185 1302 00h 16m 21.50s +43° 35′ 42.4″ 6.12 1.28 303 A2V double star
218416 114162 23h 07m 10.05s +52° 48′ 59.6″ 6.12 0.55 423 K0III
GO And GO 4778 3919 00h 50m 18.21s +45° 00′ 08.1″ 6.13 1.34 296 A0p... α2 CVn variable, ΔV = 0.04m, P = 2.5481 d
7158 5650 01h 12m 34.06s +45° 20′ 14.9″ 6.13 −0.52 698 M1III
66 And 66 15138 11465 02h 27m 51.75s +50° 34′ 12.7″ 6.16 2.54 173 F4V spectroscopic binary
14372 10924 02h 20m 41.50s +47° 18′ 39.0″ 6.17 −0.87 836 B5V
743 967 00h 11m 59.03s +48° 09′ 08.5″ 6.18 0.05 550 K4III
3411 2926 00h 37m 07.20s +24° 00′ 51.3″ 6.18 1.13 334 K2III
HD 221776 221776 116365 23h 34m 46.73s +38° 01′ 26.3″ 6.18 −0.41 678 K5 double star
16327 12287 02h 38m 17.86s +37° 43′ 36.6″ 6.19 1.60 270 F6III triple star
HD 221246 221246 115996 23h 30m 07.39s +49° 07′ 59.3″ 6.19 −0.91 856 K5III member of the NGC 7686 star cluster
OP And OP 9746 7493 01h 36m 27.21s +48° 43′ 22.2″ 6.20 0.65 420 K1III: BY Dra variable, ΔV = 0.09m
400 699 00h 08m 41.02s +36° 37′ 38.7″ 6.21 3.61 108 F8IV
14213 10814 02h 19m 10.84s +46° 28′ 20.2″ 6.21 0.50 452 A4V
952 1123 00h 14m 02.29s +33° 12′ 21.9″ 6.22 1.45 293 A1V
HD 895 895 1076 00h 13m 23.93s +26° 59′ 15.4″ 6.24 0.78 403 G0III triple star
222451 116824 23h 40m 40.47s +36° 43′ 14.6″ 6.24 3.01 144 F1V
224906 137 00h 01m 43.85s +42° 22′ 01.7″ 6.25 −1.80 1331 B9IIIp Mn
11613 8922 01h 54m 53.75s +40° 42′ 07.9″ 6.25 1.13 345 K2
HD 220105 220105 115261 23h 20m 44.11s +44° 06′ 58.5″ 6.25 1.73 261 A5Vn double star
221661 116292 23h 33m 42.99s +45° 03′ 29.1″ 6.25 0.12 548 G8II
HD 2942 2942 2583 00h 32m 49.09s +28° 16′ 48.8″ 6.26 0.47 469 G8II triple star
8774 6776 01h 27m 06.21s +34° 22′ 39.3″ 6.27 3.12 139 F7IVsvar
2507 2270 00h 28m 56.67s +36° 53′ 58.9″ 6.28 0.51 464 G5III
8375 6512 01h 23m 37.31s +34° 14′ 44.2″ 6.28 2.43 192 G8IV
11624 8930 01h 54m 57.63s +37° 07′ 42.0″ 6.28 0.25 525 K0 member of the NGC 752 star cluster
7758 6087 01h 18m 10.14s +47° 25′ 11.0″ 6.29 −2.07 1531 K0
16350 12305 02h 38m 27.94s +38° 05′ 21.0″ 6.29 −0.47 734 B9.5V
219962 115171 23h 19m 41.37s +48° 22′ 51.1″ 6.29 0.47 475 K1III
217314 113501 22h 59m 10.37s +52° 39′ 16.0″ 6.31 −0.26 672 K2
10597 8127 01h 44m 26.53s +46° 08′ 23.2″ 6.32 0.23 540 K5III
219290 114714 23h 14m 14.34s +50° 37′ 04.5″ 6.32 0.82 411 A0V
10486 8044 01h 43m 16.39s +45° 19′ 21.5″ 6.33 2.61 181 K2IV
10874 8370 01h 47m 48.00s +46° 13′ 47.6″ 6.33 2.50 190 F6V
1075 1208 00h 15m 06.93s +31° 32′ 08.7″ 6.34 −1.70 1320 K5
HD 8673 8673 6702 01h 26m 08.62s +34° 34′ 47.7″ 6.34 3.43 125 F7V has a planet (b)
1083 1215 00h 15m 10.55s +27° 17′ 00.5″ 6.35 0.84 412 A1Vn double star
1527 1575 00h 19m 41.58s +40° 43′ 46.2″ 6.35 0.25 541 K1III
221970 116505 23h 36m 30.52s +32° 54′ 15.1″ 6.35 1.92 251 F6V
CG And CG 224801 63 00h 00m 43.62s +45° 15′ 12.0″ 6.36 −0.23 678 B9p SiEu α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 6.32m, Vmin = 6.42m, P = 3.73975 d
16004 12057 02h 35m 27.89s +39° 39′ 52.1″ 6.36 0.11 580 B9MNp... triple star
13818 10562 02h 15m 57.69s +47° 48′ 43.4″ 6.37 0.61 462 G9III-IV
LN And LN 217811 113802 23h 02m 45.15s +44° 03′ 31.6″ 6.37 −1.42 1177 B2V double star; not variable despite designation
V385 And V385 220524 115530 23h 24m 08.88s +41° 36′ 46.3″ 6.37 −1.55 1249 M0 irregular variable, Vmax = 6.36m, Vmin = 6.47m
GY And GY 9996 7651 01h 38m 31.84s +45° 23′ 58.9″ 6.38 0.66 455 B9Vp (Cr-Eu) Promethium lines; α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 6.27m, Vmin = 6.44m, P = 8000 d
13013 9983 02h 08m 33.55s +44° 27′ 34.4″ 6.38 0.78 430 G8III
218365 114152 23h 07m 04.99s +35° 38′ 11.3″ 6.38 −0.08 638 K0
9712 7444 01h 35m 52.46s +41° 04′ 35.1″ 6.39 1.01 388 K1III
V529 And V529 8801 6794 01h 27m 26.67s +41° 06′ 04.0″ 6.42 2.69 182 Am... δ Scuti variable, ΔV = 0.03m, P = 0.40331 d
217731 113750 23h 02m 11.32s +44° 34′ 22.4″ 6.43 1.22 359 K0
HD 222641 222641 116941 23h 42m 14.68s +44° 59′ 30.3″ 6.43 −0.48 786 K5III suspected variable
7853 6140 01h 18m 47.02s +37° 23′ 10.7″ 6.44 0.71 456 A5m double star
14221 10830 02h 19m 22.77s +48° 57′ 19.0″ 6.44 2.39 210 F4V
219668 114981 23h 17m 16.59s +45° 09′ 51.5″ 6.44 2.10 241 K0IV
HD 6114 6114 4911 01h 03m 01.47s +47° 22′ 34.3″ 6.46 1.39 337 A9V double star
11884 9163 01h 57m 59.23s +47° 05′ 43.9″ 6.48 −1.24 1140 K0
ET And ET 219749 115036 23h 17m 55.99s +45° 29′ 20.2″ 6.48 0.36 545 B9Vp(Si) α2 CVn variable, ΔV = 0.03m, P = 1.61888 d
HD 222399 222399 116781 23h 40m 02.82s +37° 39′ 10.2″ 6.49 1.74 291 F2IV double star
PY And PY 3322 2865 00h 36m 20.00s +27° 15′ 17″ 6.50 -0.16 701 B8IIImnp... α2 CVn variable, ΔV = ~0.03m
800 1009 00h 12m 34.08s +44° 42′ 26.1″ 6.50 0.50 517 K0
59 And B 59 13295 10180 02h 10m 53.67s +39° 02′ 36.0″ 6.82 −1.76 1698 A1Vn component of the 59 And system
HD 222155 222155 116616 23h 38m 00s +48° 59′ 47″ 7.1 3.65 160 G2V has a planet (b)
HD 16175 16175 12191 02h 37m 01.91s +42° 03′ 45.5″ 7.28 3.40 195 G0 has a planet (b)
R And R 1967 1901 00h 24m 01.95s +38° 34′ 37.3″ 7.39 S6.5IIIeZr6Ti2 Mira variable, Vmax = 5.8m, Vmin = 15.2m, P = 409.2 d
HD 1605 1605 1640 00h 20m 32.0s +30° 58′ 29″ 7.52 2.88 276 K1IV has two planets (b & c)
HD 13931 13931 10626 02h 16m 47.38s +43° 46′ 22.8″ 7.52 4.3 144 G0 has a planet (b)
HD 5583 5583 00h 57m 57.0s +34° 59′ 08″ 7.6 0.88 721 K0 has a planet (b)
RW And RW 4489 00h 47m 18.92s +32° 41′ 08.6″ 7.9 M5e-M10e(S6,2e) Mira variable, Vmax = 7.9m, Vmin = 15.7m, P = 430 d
GRB 34 1326 1475 00h 18m 22.9s +44° 01′ 22″ 8.01 10.25 11.62 M6Ve + M1Ve 16th closest star system, binary; both components GQ and GX And flare stars
HD 15082 15082 11397 02h 26m 51.06s +37° 33′ 01.7″ 8.3 3.0 377 A5 has a transiting planet WASP-33b
Z And Z 221650 116287 23h 33m 39.95s +48° 49′ 05.9″ 10.53 2.38 1393 M2III + B1eq prototype of Z And variables, Vmax = 7.7m, Vmin = 11.3m
HAT-P-6 23h 39m 05.81s +42° 27′ 57.5″ 10.54 4.03 650 F has a transiting planet (b)
HAT-P-16 00h 38m 17.56s +42° 27′ 47.2″ 10.8 3.9 766 F8 has a transiting planet (b)
HAT-P-32 02h 01m 10s +46° 41′ 16″ 11.29 3.76 1044 F/G has a transiting planet (b)
WASP-1 00h 20m 40.08s +31° 59′ 23.8″ 11.79 3.89 1239 F7V has a transiting planet (b)
Kepler-63 01h 17m 07.6s +49° 32′ 54″ 12.02 5.52 652 has a transiting planet (b)
Ross 248 23h 41m 54.99s +44° 10′ 40.8″ 12.29 14.79 10.32 M6e HH And; 8th closest star system, flare star
HAT-P-19 00h 38m 04s +34° 42′ 42″ 12.9 6.24 701 K has a transiting planet (b)
HAT-P-28 00h 52m 00s +34° 43′ 42″ 13.03 5.05 1288 G3 has a transiting planet (b)
HAT-P-53 01h 27m 29.0s +38° 58′ 05″ 13.73 4.45 2345 has a transiting planet (b)
S And S 00h 42m 43.11s +41° 16′ 04.2″ 2600000 Ia SN 1885A; BD+40°147a; type Ia supernova in the Andromeda Galaxy, Vmax = 5.8m, Vmin = < 16m
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Notes
  1. ^ It was commonly with δ Peg by Bayer.
  2. ^ Flamsteed lettered it as n.
  3. ^ Armando Gil de Paz et al., "The GALEX Ultraviolet Atlas of Nearby Galaxies," The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (ApJS), American Astronomical Society, 2007, 173 185–255.[1]
  4. ^ Bayer designated it as υ Per.
  5. ^ Bode lettered it as 2.υ, in his "Verzeichniss".
  6. ^ Flamsteed lettered it as υ.
  7. ^ Bode lettered it as 1.υ in his "Verzeichniss".
  8. ^ a b Final Results of NameExoWorlds Public Vote Released
  9. ^ E.B Knobel – On a catalogue of stars in the Calendarium of Al Achsasi Al Mouakket
  10. ^ a b Flamsteed unlettered it in his catalogue and atlas.
  11. ^ Bayer originally lettered it as υ.
  12. ^ Flamsteed lettered it as λ.
  13. ^ Flamsteed lettered it as d.
  14. ^ Flamsteed lettered it as ξ.
  15. ^ Flamsteed lettered it as h Per.
  16. ^ Persei, on the constellation boundary between Andromeda with Perseus

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