List of stars in Cassiopeia

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

Name B F Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
γ Cas γ 27 5394 4427 00h 56m 42.50s +60° 43′ 00.3″ 2.15 −4.22 613 B0IV:evar Tsih, Navi; prototype γ Cas variable, Vmax = 1.6m, Vmin = 3.0m
α Cas α 18 3712 3179 00h 40m 30.39s +56° 32′ 14.7″ 2.24 −1.99 228 K0II-IIIvar Schedar
β Cas β 11 432 746 00h 09m 10.09s +59° 09′ 00.8″ 2.28 1.17 54 F2III-IV Caph; δ Sct variable, Vmax = 2.25m, Vmin = 2.29m, P = 0.10 d
δ Cas δ 37 8538 6686 01h 25m 48.60s +60° 14′ 07.5″ 2.68 0.26 99 A5Vv SB Ruchbah; Algol variable, Vmax = 2.68m, Vmin = 2.76m, P = 759 d
ε Cas ε 45 11415 8886 01h 54m 23.68s +63° 40′ 12.5″ 3.35 −2.31 442 B2pvar Segin; variable star, ΔV = 0.002m, P = 0.09 d
η Cas η 24 4614 3821 00h 49m 05.10s +57° 48′ 59.6″ 3.46 4.59 19 G0V SB Achird, RS CVn variable
ζ Cas ζ 17 3360 2920 00h 36m 58.27s +53° 53′ 49.0″ 3.69 −2.62 597 B2IV Fùlù (附路)[1], suspected variable
50 Cas 50 12216 9598 02h 03m 26.19s +72° 25′ 16.5″ 3.95 0.47 162 A2V variable star, ΔV = 0.003m, P = 0.80 d
κ Cas κ 15 2905 2599 00h 32m 59.99s +62° 55′ 54.4″ 4.17 −6.34 4127 B1Ia α Cyg variable, Vmax = 4.12m, Vmin = 4.21m, P = 2.65 d
θ Cas θ 33 6961 5542 01h 11m 05.93s +55° 08′ 59.8″ 4.34 1.22 137 A7Vvar Marfak; suspected variable
ι Cas ι 15089 11569 02h 29m 03.99s +67° 24′ 08.6″ 4.46 1.27 141 A5p Sr α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 4.45m, Vmin = 4.53m, P = 1.74 d
ο Cas ο 22 4180 3504 00h 44m 43.50s +48° 17′ 03.8″ 4.48 −2.74 906 B5III triple star, γ Cas variable, Vmax = 4.31m, Vmin = 4.62m
48 Cas A 48 12111 9480 02h 01m 57.55s +70° 54′ 25.4″ 4.49 1.72 117 A3IV quadruple star
ρ Cas ρ 7 224014 117863 23h 54m 23.04s +57° 29′ 57.8″ 4.51 −9.5 8500 F8Ia0-M2I yellow hypergiant; semiregular variable, Vmax = 4.1m, Vmin = 6.2m, P = 320 d
υ2 Cas υ2 28 5395 4422 00h 56m 40.01s +59° 10′ 52.2″ 4.62 0.62 206 G8III-IV Castula
χ Cas χ 39 9408 7294 01h 33m 55.93s +59° 13′ 55.5″ 4.68 0.70 204 K0III
ψ Cas ψ 36 8491 6692 01h 25m 55.90s +68° 07′ 47.8″ 4.72 0.86 193 K0III
λ Cas λ 14 2772 2505 00h 31m 46.32s +54° 31′ 20.4″ 4.74 −0.44 354 B8Vn suspected variable
ξ Cas ξ 19 3901 3300 00h 42m 03.88s +50° 30′ 45.1″ 4.80 −2.86 1109 B2.5V suspected variable
HR 244 5015 4151 00h 53m 04.28s +61° 07′ 24.8″ 4.80 3.46 61 F8V spectroscopic binary
R Cas R 224490 118188 23h 58m 24.80s +51° 23′ 19.0″ 4.80 410 M6.5-9e Mira variable, Vmax = 4.7m, Vmin = 13.5m, P = 430 d
υ1 Cas υ1 26 5234 4292 00h 55m 00.19s +58° 58′ 22.1″ 4.83 −0.65 406 K2III
1 Cas 1 218376 114104 23h 06m 36.81s +59° 25′ 11.2″ 4.84 −2.81 1105 B0.5IV
HD 19275 19275 14862 03h 11m 56.24s +74° 23′ 37.9″ 4.85 1.37 162 A2Vnn
τ Cas τ 5 223165 117301 23h 47m 03.39s +58° 39′ 06.7″ 4.88 1.26 173 K1III
σ Cas σ 8 224572 118243 23h 59m 00.53s +55° 45′ 17.8″ 4.88 −3.47 1523 B1V...
AR Cas AR 221253 115990 23h 30m 01.92s +58° 32′ 56.1″ 4.89 −1.34 575 B3IV septuple star; Algol variable, Vmax = 4.82m, Vmin = 4.96m, P = 6.07 d
ν Cas ν 25 4636 3801 00h 48m 49.99s +50° 58′ 05.5″ 4.90 −0.49 389 B9III
π Cas π 20 4058 3414 00h 43m 28.09s +47° 01′ 28.7″ 4.95 1.31 174 A5V rotating ellipsoidal variable
φ Cas φ 34 7927 6242 01h 20m 04.92s +58° 13′ 53.8″ 4.95 −4.32 2329 F0Ia foreground star appearing among NGC 457; suspected variable
4 Cas 4 220652 115590 23h 24m 50.25s +62° 16′ 58.2″ 4.96 −1.91 771 M1III slow irregular variable, Vmax = 4.95m, Vmin = 5.00m
ω Cas ω 46 11529 9009 01h 56m 00.00s +68° 41′ 07.0″ 4.97 −1.69 701 B8III suspected variable
HD 3240 3240 2854 00h 36m 08.29s +54° 10′ 06.4″ 5.08 −0.87 505 B7III
V509 Cas V509 217476 113561 23h 00m 05.10s +56° 56′ 43.4″ 5.10 −6.77 7723 F80 yellow hypergiant; semiregular variable, Vmax = 4.75m, Vmin = 5.5m
μ Cas μ 30 6582 5336 01h 08m 12.92s +54° 55′ 27.2″ 5.17 5.78 25 G5VIp/M5V suspected variable
HD 15920 15920 12273 02h 38m 02.09s +72° 49′ 05.6″ 5.17 0.69 256 G8III
42 Cas 42 10250 8016 01h 42m 55.73s +70° 37′ 21.2″ 5.18 0.51 281 B9V suspected Algol variable
49 Cas 49 12339 9763 02h 05m 31.58s +76° 06′ 54.4″ 5.22 −0.36 426 G8III
47 Cas 47 12230 9727 02h 05m 07.05s +77° 16′ 53.2″ 5.27 2.64 109 F0Vn
40 Cas 40 9774 7650 01h 38m 30.94s +73° 02′ 24.3″ 5.28 −0.40 447 G8II-III suspected variable
HD 11946 11946 9312 01h 59m 37.99s +64° 37′ 17.9″ 5.29 0.81 257 A0Vn
31 Cas 31 6829 5518 01h 10m 39.27s +68° 46′ 43.3″ 5.32 0.38 318 A0Vnn
HD 4775 4775 3951 00h 50m 43.57s +64° 14′ 51.3″ 5.35 −1.63 813 A4V comp SB variable star, ΔV = 0.008m, P = 0.96 d
12 Cas 12 2011 1960 00h 24m 47.49s +61° 49′ 51.8″ 5.38 −1.47 763 B9III
HD 4222 4222 3544 00h 45m 17.20s +55° 13′ 17.1″ 5.41 0.25 351 A2Vs
23 Cas 23 4382 3721 00h 47m 46.02s +74° 50′ 51.3″ 5.42 −1.54 803 B8III
6 Cas 6 V566 223385 117447 23h 48m 50.17s +62° 12′ 52.3″ 5.43 −8.06 6150 A3Ia comp α Cyg variable, Vmax = 5.34m, Vmin = 5.45m, P = 37.26 d
HD 3474 3574 3083 00h 39m 09.89s +49° 21′ 16.5″ 5.45 −2.60 1331 K5III
HD 9900 9900 7617 01h 38m 07.56s +57° 58′ 39.5″ 5.55 −2.17 1140 G5II
HD 223173 223173 117299 23h 47m 01.91s +57° 27′ 05.0″ 5.55 −3.00 1672 K3II slow irregular variable, Vmax = 5.51m, Vmin = 5.54m
HD 5408 5408 4440 00h 56m 46.94s +60° 21′ 46.3″ 5.56 −0.81 614 B8V
HD 6960 6960 5566 01h 11m 25.52s +64° 12′ 09.8″ 5.56 0.06 410 B9.5V suspected eclipsing binary
HD 220369 220369 115395 23h 22m 32.52s +60° 08′ 00.6″ 5.56 −2.73 1482 K3II suspected variable
10 Cas 10 144 531 00h 06m 26.53s +64° 11′ 46.2″ 5.57 −1.82 982 B9III suspected variable
32 Cas 32 6972 5589 01h 11m 41.37s +65° 01′ 08.0″ 5.57 0.34 363 B9IV suspected variable
43 Cas 43 V557 10221 7965 01h 42m 20.44s +68° 02′ 35.0″ 5.57 −0.10 444 A0p SiSr α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 5.55m, Vmin = 5.64m, P = 3.18 d
HR 8832 219134 114622 23h 13m 14.74s +57° 10′ 03.5″ 5.57 6.50 21 K3Vvar suspected variable; has 7 planets
HR 9059 V1022 224355 118077 23h 57m 08.49s +55° 42′ 20.6″ 5.57 1.45 218 G8Ib Algol variable, Vmax = 5.56m, Vmin = 5.68m, P = 12.16 d
HD 224893 224893 124 00h 01m 37.02s +61° 13′ 22.1″ 5.58 −4.75 3791 F0III suspected variable
HD 1976 V746 1976 1921 00h 24m 15.64s +52° 01′ 11.7″ 5.58 −2.54 1370 B5IV spectroscopic binary; slowly pulsating B star
HD 219623 219623 114924 23h 16m 42.19s +53° 12′ 50.6″ 5.58 4.04 66 F7V
HD 2774 2774 2497 00h 31m 41.21s +52° 50′ 22.4″ 5.59 0.18 393 K2III
53 Cas 53 12301 9573 02h 03m 00.19s +64° 23′ 24.1″ 5.59 −4.54 3468 B8Ib
HD 17948 17948 13665 02h 55m 56.74s +61° 31′ 15.8″ 5.59 3.48 86 F4V
HR 511 V987 10780 8362 01h 47m 44.06s +63° 51′ 11.2″ 5.63 5.64 33 K0V BY Draconis variable, ΔV = 0.05m, P = 21.7 d
YZ Cas 21 YZ 4161 3572 00h 45m 39.11s +74° 59′ 17.3″ 5.64 0.89 290 A2IV triple system; Algol variable
68 Cas 68 4142 3478 00h 44m 26.23s +47° 51′ 50.3″ 5.66 −1.18 760 B5V...
2 Cas 2 218753 114365 23h 09m 44.14s +59° 19′ 57.7″ 5.68 −3.23 1976 A5III suspected variable
HD 9352 9352 7251 01h 33m 25.71s +58° 19′ 38.4″ 5.69 −3.20 1952 K0Ib+... slow irregular variable, Vmax = 5.68m, Vmin = 5.72m
HD 2054 2054 1982 00h 25m 06.39s +53° 02′ 48.4″ 5.72 −0.33 528 B9IV suspected variable
HD 1239 1239 1354 00h 16m 57.05s +61° 31′ 59.5″ 5.74 −0.73 642 G8III
HD 6676 6676 5361 01h 08m 33.45s +58° 15′ 48.5″ 5.77 −0.43 567 B8V
HD 3283 3283 2876 00h 36m 27.34s +60° 19′ 34.4″ 5.78 −4.29 3361 A4III
44 Cas 44 10425 8046 01h 43m 19.74s +60° 33′ 04.9″ 5.78 −1.46 913 B8IIIn
HD 225289 V567 225289 418 00h 05m 06.13s +61° 18′ 50.3″ 5.80 −0.93 724 B8MNp... α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 5.71m, Vmin = 5.81m, P = 6.43 d
HD 16024 16024 12239 02h 37m 36.01s +65° 44′ 43.3″ 5.80 −1.19 815 K5III
38 Cas 38 9021 7078 01h 31m 13.52s +70° 15′ 53.2″ 5.82 3.49 95 F6V
HD 3856 3856 3299 00h 42m 03.44s +66° 08′ 51.4″ 5.83 −0.11 503 G9III-IV
HR 297 6210 5021 01h 04m 19.55s +61° 34′ 48.9″ 5.83 1.31 261 F6V
HD 1279 1279 1372 00h 17m 09.04s +47° 56′ 50.7″ 5.86 −1.47 953 B7III
HD 4440 4440 3750 00h 48m 08.88s +72° 40′ 28.0″ 5.86 1.69 223 K0IV
HD 225009 225009 207 00h 02m 36.08s +66° 05′ 56.3″ 5.87 −3.15 2076 G8III
V762 Cas V762 7389 5926 01h 16m 11.90s +71° 44′ 37.8″ 5.87 −7.42 2760 M3 BY Draconis variable
HD 19065 19065 14502 03h 07m 19.02s +64° 03′ 27.4″ 5.89 −0.27 557 B9V
9 Cas 9 225180 330 00h 04m 13.66s +62° 17′ 15.6″ 5.90 −4.35 3663 A1III suspected variable
HD 6130 6130 4962 01h 03m 37.01s +61° 04′ 29.4″ 5.92 −2.41 1509 F0II
HD 2952 2952 2611 00h 33m 10.32s +54° 53′ 42.3″ 5.93 0.62 376 K0III has a planet (b)
HD 2626 2626 2377 00h 30m 19.91s +59° 58′ 39.2″ 5.94 −0.77 718 B9IIIn
SU Cas SU 17463 13367 02h 51m 58.75s +68° 53′ 18.7″ 5.94 −2.24 1411 F5:Ib-II classical Cepheid, Vmax = 5.7m, Vmin = 6.18m, P = 1.95 d
HD 16769 16769 12821 02h 44m 49.67s +67° 49′ 29.0″ 5.95 0.47 406 A5III variable star
HD 5550 5550 4572 00h 58m 31.00s +66° 21′ 06.6″ 5.97 0.66 376 A0III
HR 5 V640 123 518 00h 06m 15.54s +58° 26′ 12.1″ 5.98 4.44 70 G5V eclipsing binary, ΔV = 0.066m, P = 1.03 d
HD 6211 6211 4998 01h 04m 02.39s +52° 30′ 08.3″ 5.99 −1.42 991 K2
52 Cas 52 12279 9564 02h 02m 52.49s +64° 54′ 05.4″ 6.00 1.30 284 A1Vn
HD 11857 11857 9220 01h 58m 33.22s +61° 41′ 52.1″ 6.02 −0.70 721 B5III suspected variable
V373 Cas V373 224151 117957 23h 55m 33.84s +57° 24′ 43.8″ 6.03 B0.5IIv SB spectroscopic binary; eclipsing binary, Vmax = 5.9m, Vmin = 6.3m, P = 13.41 d
HD 4817 4817 3988 00h 51m 16.39s +61° 48′ 19.8″ 6.04 −3.37 2489 K5Ib variable star, ΔV = 0.009m, P = 4.32 d
55 Cas 55 13474 10438 02h 14m 29.10s +66° 31′ 28.0″ 6.05 −0.72 738 B9V+... suspected variable
AO Cas AO 1337 1415 00h 17m 43.07s +51° 25′ 59.1″ 6.11 −5.11 5719 O9IIInn rotating ellipsoidal variable, Vmax = 6.07m, Vmin = 6.24m, P = 3.52 d
HD 12173 12173 9586 02h 03m 10.51s +73° 51′ 02.0″ 6.12 0.89 363 A5III
HD 9030 9030 7050 01h 30m 52.01s +66° 05′ 53.2″ 6.15 1.46 282 A2Vs
HD 17958 17958 13700 02h 56m 24.66s +64° 19′ 56.8″ 6.17 −1.80 1278 K3Ibvar
HD 224784 224784 43 00h 00m 30.98s +59° 33′ 35.1″ 6.18 0.59 427 G9III-IV suspected variable
HD 2589 2589 2422 00h 30m 54.20s +77° 01′ 10.2″ 6.18 3.20 128 K0IV
13 Cas 13 2729 2474 00h 31m 25.20s +66° 31′ 10.7″ 6.18 −0.53 716 B6V variable star, ΔV = 0.007m, P = 1.08 d
HD 3924 3924 3334 00h 42m 31.01s +58° 45′ 12.4″ 6.18 −1.29 1016 B9.5III
V773 Cas V773 10543 8115 01h 44m 17.91s +57° 32′ 12.0″ 6.18 1.69 258 A3V Algol variable
HD 5343 5343 4383 00h 56m 12.93s +57° 59′ 47.7″ 6.20 0.28 497 K3III
HD 224870 224870 106 00h 01m 19.24s +49° 58′ 53.7″ 6.22 −0.51 724 G7II-III
HD 4881 4881 4023 00h 51m 33.79s +51° 34′ 17.2″ 6.22 −1.51 1148 B9.5V
HD 225094 V639 225094 274 00h 03m 25.72s +63° 38′ 25.9″ 6.24 −3.92 3505 B3Ia α Cyg variable, Vmax = 6.19m, Vmin = 6.28m, P = 2.88 d
HD 217673 217673 113684 23h 01m 30.72s +57° 06′ 19.7″ 6.24 −1.56 1181 K2II suspected variable
HD 222618 222618 116912 23h 41m 54.56s +57° 15′ 35.9″ 6.24 −0.93 886 G8III
HD 10587 10587 8148 01h 44m 46.15s +57° 05′ 21.2″ 6.25 0.07 560 A2V
HD 13222 13222 10350 02h 13m 21.05s +74° 01′ 40.1″ 6.25 0.61 438 G8III
HD 21970 21970 17056 03h 39m 25.10s +75° 44′ 22.6″ 6.25 0.65 429 G9III-IV
RZ Cas RZ 17138 13133 02h 48m 55.51s +69° 38′ 03.1″ 6.26 2.28 204 A3V Algol variable, Vmax = 6.18m, Vmin = 7.72m, P = 1.20 d
HD 222570 222570 116876 23h 41m 26.80s +49° 30′ 44.9″ 6.26 −0.63 778 A4V
HD 5128 5128 4212 00h 53m 47.53s +52° 41′ 21.6″ 6.27 1.61 278 A5m
HD 5273 5273 4298 00h 55m 05.22s +48° 40′ 42.8″ 6.28 −0.68 803 M2.5IIIa variable star, ΔV = 0.012m, P = 21.89 d
HD 6540 6540 5251 01h 07m 09.44s +53° 29′ 53.5″ 6.31 −1.79 1358 K0
HD 7732 7732 6261 01h 20m 19.45s +77° 34′ 13.7″ 6.31 0.98 379 G5III...
35 Cas 35 8003 6312 01h 21m 05.19s +64° 39′ 29.5″ 6.33 2.01 238 A2Vnn
HD 10362 10362 8020 01h 42m 58.32s +61° 25′ 15.9″ 6.33 −1.15 1022 B7II
HD 223386 223386 117450 23h 48m 53.91s +59° 58′ 44.2″ 6.33 1.22 344 A0V
HD 8424 8424 6685 01h 25m 46.30s +70° 58′ 47.7″ 6.34 0.35 514 A0Vnn
HD 10293 10293 7963 01h 42m 17.69s +58° 37′ 39.9″ 6.35 −1.90 1455 B8III suspected variable
HD 8272 8272 6486 01h 23m 21.27s +58° 08′ 35.6″ 6.36 2.56 188 F4V
HD 223421 223421 117472 23h 49m 11.89s +58° 57′ 47.6″ 6.36 1.94 250 F2IV
HD 7925 7925 6378 01h 21m 58.94s +76° 14′ 20.0″ 6.37 1.95 250 F0IVn
V805 Cas V805 21179 16319 03h 30m 19.39s +71° 51′ 50.0″ 6.37 −0.73 856 M2III semiregular variable
HD 4818 V526 4818 3965 00h 50m 57.27s +51° 30′ 28.9″ 6.38 2.26 217 F2IV δ Sct variable, ΔV = 0.03m
HD 4295 4295 3641 00h 46m 38.23s +69° 19′ 31.3″ 6.39 3.35 132 F3V
HD 5357 5357 4446 00h 56m 54.99s +68° 46′ 32.7″ 6.39 2.51 195 F0m
V465 Cas V465 7733 6093 01h 18m 13.89s +57° 48′ 11.4″ 6.39 −0.75 874 M5 semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.1m, Vmin = 7.2m, P = 60 d
HD 220074 220074 115218 23h 20m 14.37s +61° 58′ 12.5″ 6.39 −0.91 942 K1V suspected variable; has a planet
HD 5715 5715 4709 01h 00m 30.87s +70° 58′ 58.8″ 6.40 1.21 355 A4IV
V761 Cas V761 7157 5688 01h 13m 09.82s +61° 42′ 22.3″ 6.40 −0.11 652 B9V α2 CVn variable
HD 222682 222682 116962 23h 42m 31.41s +61° 40′ 45.8″ 6.40 0.66 459 K2III
HD 371 371 695 00h 08m 32.87s +63° 12′ 14.6″ 6.41 −1.91 1502 G3II
HD 2904 2904 2628 00h 33m 19.20s +70° 58′ 54.7″ 6.41 0.36 528 A0Vn
HD 4362 4362 3649 00h 46m 42.47s +59° 34′ 28.3″ 6.41 G0Ib
HD 6497 6497 5240 01h 07m 00.07s +56° 56′ 06.9″ 6.41 1.47 318 K2III...
HD 218440 218440 114163 23h 07m 10.45s +59° 43′ 38.6″ 6.41 −1.65 1336 B2.5IV
HD 220130 220130 115245 23h 20m 34.54s +62° 12′ 47.8″ 6.41 −2.24 1753 K2III
HR 9017 V650 223358 117430 23h 48m 39.03s +64° 52′ 35.3″ 6.41 −0.30 718 A0sp... α2 CVn variable, ΔV = 0.02m
HD 1142 1142 1269 00h 15m 54.87s +61° 00′ 00.7″ 6.43 0.23 566 G8III...
HD 217944 217944 113852 23h 03m 21.33s +58° 33′ 50.0″ 6.43 1.71 286 G8IV
HD 5459 5459 4475 00h 57m 19.53s +61° 25′ 19.0″ 6.44 0.21 575 G8IV
HD 222748 222748 116991 23h 43m 05.03s +51° 56′ 21.6″ 6.44 0.27 559 K0
HD 1601 1601 1639 00h 20m 30.92s +48° 58′ 07.1″ 6.46 −0.86 950 G0
HD 17581 17581 13347 02h 51m 45.92s +58° 18′ 51.5″ 6.46 1.75 285 A1m
HD 222932 222932 117133 23h 44m 48.37s +55° 47′ 58.9″ 6.46 0.65 473 G4III:
16 Cas 16 3038 2707 00h 34m 24.89s +66° 45′ 01.3″ 6.47 0.28 565 B9III
V801 Cas V801 19243 14626 03h 08m 54.18s +62° 23′ 04.5″ 6.47 −2.48 2012 B1V:e Be star
HD 223552 223552 117551 23h 50m 22.12s +51° 37′ 18.1″ 6.47 3.43 132 F3V
HD 224404 224404 118116 23h 57m 33.52s +60° 01′ 25.0″ 6.47 −1.26 1144 B9III-IV
HD 5927 5927 4786 01h 01m 27.04s +49° 32′ 39.2″ 6.48 −0.77 921 G5
HD 6028 6028 4844 01h 02m 18.47s +51° 02′ 05.9″ 6.48 0.04 632 A3V
HD 9811 9811 7593 01h 37m 47.20s +64° 44′ 21.7″ 6.49 −3.30 2964 A6Iab
HR 8770 V638 217833 113797 23h 02m 43.80s +55° 14′ 11.0″ 6.50 723 B9IIIwe... α2 CVn variable
HD 19439 19439 14791 03h 11m 00.80s +64° 53′ 46.7″ 6.50 2.03 256 A4V
V649 Cas V649 219634 114904 23h 16m 27.05s +61° 57′ 46.6″ 6.53 3500 B0Vn Algol variable, ΔV = 0.1m, P = 2.39 d
54 Cas 54 12800 10031 02h 09m 07.69s +71° 33′ 09.3″ 6.57 4.39 89 F8
V816 Cas V816 222670 116948 23h 42m 20.95s +64° 30′ 55.4″ 6.58 942 M2III slow irregular variable
V764 Cas V764 7636 6027 01h 17m 26.69s +57° 37′ 55.5″ 6.61 1900 B2IIIne Be star
V784 Cas V784 13122 10141 02h 10m 25.5s +59° 58′ 47.3″ 6.64 335 F5II δ Sct variable
V772 Cas V772 10260 7939 01h 42m 02.91s +61° 02′ 17.7″ 6.69 1220 B8IIIsp... Algol variable
V809 Cas V809 219978 115141 23h 19m 23.77s +62° 44′ 23.2″ 6.74 1960 K4.5Ib slow irregular variable
V779 Cas V779 12013 9494 02h 02m 09.31s +75° 30′ 07.8″ 6.78 626 A0 Algol variable
HD 11755 11755 9242 01h 58m 50.0s +73° 09′ 09″ 6.87 755 G5 has a planet (b)
TU Cas TU 2207 2085 00h 26m 19.45s +51° 16′ 49.3″ 6.88 F3II... double-mode Cepheid, Vmax = 6.88m, Vmin = 8.18m, P = 2.14 d
HD 223960 V819 223960 117830 23h 53m 49.98s +60° 51′ 12.2″ 6.90 A0.1Ia α Cyg variable
V Cas V 218997 114515 23h 11m 40.72s +59° 41′ 59.0″ 6.90 1520 M5-7.5e Mira variable, Vmax = 6.9m, Vmin = 13.4m, P = 229 d
V486 Cas V486 3950 3346 00h 42m 37.99s +52° 20′ 13.7″ 6.95 B1III eclipsing binary, ΔV = 0.04m, P = 5.56 d
HD 14817 V559 14817 11318 02h 25m 40.11s +61° 32′ 58.8″ 7.02 695 B8V Algol variable, Vmax = 7.01m, Vmin = 7.23m, P = 1.58 d
V777 Cas V777 11606 8980 01h 55m 42.85s +59° 16′ 24.4″ 7.02 959 B2Vne Be star
HD 17505 17505 13296 02h 51m 07.98s +60° 25′ 03.9″ 7.08 2860 O7V((f))+O9I associated with a bow shock
CC Cas CC 19820 15063 03h 14m 05.33s +59° 33′ 48.5″ 7.08 1860 O8.5III β Lyr variable, Vmax = 7.06m, Vmin = 7.3m, P = 3.37 d
HD 698 V742 698 940 00h 11m 37.15s +58° 12′ 42.6″ 7.08 3500 B7:Ib-IIe Be star
V989 Cas V989 13579 10531 02h 15m 42.56s +67° 40′ 20.3″ 7.13 60.6 K2V BY Dra variable, ΔV = 0.03m, P = 6.79 d
V636 Cas V636 9250 7192 01h 32m 43.23s +63° 35′ 37.7″ 7.19 1640 G0Ib classical Cepheid, Vmax = 7.09m, Vmin = 7.26m, P = 8.38 d
HD 7924 7924 6379 01h 21m 59.12s +76° 42′ 37.0″ 7.19 6.06 55 K0V has three planets (b, c & d)
TV Cas TV 1486 1550 00h 19m 18.74s +59° 08′ 20.6″ 7.22 516 B9V Algol variable, Vmax = 7.22m, Vmin = 8.22m, P = 1.81 d
V755 Cas V755 3940 3367 00h 42m 50.06s +64° 17′ 28.6″ 7.29 3700 A1Ia α Cyg variable, Vmax = 7.25m, Vmin = 7.31m, P = 5.67 d
RV Cas RV 5016 00h 52m 42.76s +47° 24′ 56.1″ 7.3 M5-6.5Se Mira variable, Vmax = 7.3m, Vmin = 16.1m, P = 332 d
HD 108 108 505 00h 06m 03.39s +63° 40′ 46.8″ 7.40 3800 O4-8f?p binary star; runaway star; variable spectrum
HD 221585 221585 116221 23h 32m 54.0s +63° 09′ 20″ 7.47 G8IV has a planet (b)
HD 13908 13908 10743 02h 18m 15.0s +65° 35′ 40″ 7.51 232 F8V has two planets (b & c)
Gliese 83.3 V598 12208 9481 02h 01m 59.06s +61° 54′ 18.2″ 7.52 906 K5III slow irregular variable, Vmax = 7.38m, Vmin = 7.54m
HD 221468 V436 221568 116210 23h 32m 47.65s +57° 54′ 20.1″ 7.55 709 A0p α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 7.55m, Vmin = 7.62m, P = 159 d
HD 19557 V623 19557 14827 03h 11m 25.33s +57° 54′ 11.2″ 7.57 1590 C4,5J slow irregular variable, Vmax = 7.34m, Vmin = 7.96m
V487 Cas V487 6474 5239 01h 06m 59.74s +63° 46′ 23.4″ 7.60 G4Ia UU Her variable, Vmax = 7.44m, Vmin = 7.74m, P = 99.6 d
HD 16429 V482 16429 12495 02h 40m 44.94s +61° 16′ 56.1″ 7.65 O9.5III+F4V triple star; β Cep variable
WZ Cas WZ 224855 99 00h 01m 15.85s +60° 21′ 19.0″ 7.70 2860 C9,2JLi semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.8m, Vmin = 7.7m, P = 186 d
HD 12288 V540 12288 9604 02h 03m 30.51s +69° 34′ 56.4″ 7.74 1010 A2 α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 7.73m, Vmin = 7.75m, P = 34.9 d
W Cas W 5235 4284 00h 54m 53.85s +58° 33′ 49.1″ 7.80 C9,1e Mira variable, Vmax = 7.8m, Vmin = 12.5m, P = 406 d
HD 15558 15558 11832 02h 32m 42.54s +61° 27′ 21.6″ 7.87 O4.5III in IC 1805; binary star; extremely luminous
S Cas S 7769 01h 19m 41.99s +72° 36′ 40.8″ 7.9 S3-5/4-8 Mira variable, Vmax = 7.9m, Vmin = 16.1m, P = 612 d
HD 220842 220842 115714 23h 26m 37.0s +56° 53′ 12″ 7.99 204 F8 has a planet (b)
U Cas U 4350 00h 46m 21.37s +48° 14′ 38.7″ 8.0 S4.5-6/3-5e Mira variable, Vmax = 8m, Vmin = 15.7m, P = 277 d
HD 15570 15570 11837 02h 32m 49.42s +61° 22′ 42.1″ 8.11 2100 O4If+ in IC 1805
V745 Cas V745 1810 1805 00h 22m 53.32s +62° 14′ 29.1″ 8.11 B0V+B1.5III β Lyr variable
HD 220147 V812 220147 115267 23h 20m 48.92s +62° 24′ 45.2″ 8.12 1060 B9p α2 CVn variable
HD 17156 17156 13192 02h 49m 44.49s +71° 45′ 11.6″ 8.17 3.70 255 G0IV has a transiting planet
HD 240237 240237 114840 23h 15m 42.22s +58° 02′ 35.7″ 8.17 K2 has a planet (b)
HD 17520 17520 13308 02h 51m 14.46s +60° 23′ 09.8″ 8.24 O8V+O9:V transitioned to a Be star in the 1980s
V641 Cas V641 00h 09m 26.34s +63° 57′ 14.1″ 8.30 M0 semiregular variable
V368 Cas V368 19644 14936 03h 12m 35.54s +59° 55′ 10.9″ 8.32 B8II-III Algol variable
HD 240210 240210 23h 10m 29.23s +57° 01′ 46.0″ 8.33 2.55 468 K3III has a planet
V605 Cas V605 14242 10904 02h 20m 22.47s +59° 40′ 16.9″ 8.36 1570 M2Iab slow irregular variable, Vmax = 8.22m, Vmin = 8.48m
TW Cas TW 16907 12906 02h 45m 54.82s +65° 43′ 35.1″ 8.38 849 A0V Algol variable, Vmax = 8.32m, Vmin = 8.98m, P = 1.43 d
HD 15629 15629 11891 02h 33m 20.59s +61° 31′ 18.2″ 8.42 1330 O4.5V in IC 1805
HD 5797 V551 5797 4717 01h 00m 33.43s +60° 26′ 40.9″ 8.47 1490 Am α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 8.43m, Vmin = 8.77m, P = 69 d
Z Cas Z 222914 23h 44m 31.59s +56° 34′ 52.7″ 8.5 M7e Mira variable, Vmax = 8.5m, Vmin = 15.4m, P = 496 d
DO Cas DO 16506 12543 02h 41m 24.16s +60° 33′ 11.8″ 8.54 533 A2II β Lyr variable, Vmax = 8.39m, Vmin = 9.01m, P = 0.68 d
HD 12098 V988 12098 02h 00m 40.18s +58° 31′ 37.1″ F0 rapidly oscillating Ap star
RW Cas RW 7548 01h 37m 14.02s +57° 45′ 33.2″ 8.58 G2 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 8.62m, Vmin = 9.67m, P = 14.79 d
DL Cas DL 236429 2347 00h 29m 58.59s +60° 12′ 43.1″ 8.63 1480 G1Ib-II_Hdel-1 in NGC 129; classical Cepheid, Vmax = 8.63m, Vmin = 9.26m, P = 8.00 d
RX Cas RX 14542 03h 05m 45.75s +67° 34′ 38.6″ 8.64 K1III+A5eIII β Lyr variable, Vmax = 8.64m, Vmin = 9.49m, P = 32.31 d
Y Cas Y 225082 00h 03m 21.47s +55° 40′ 51.8″ 8.70 M7.5e Mira variable, Vmax = 8.7m, Vmin = 15.3m, P = 413 d
BD+60 2522 23h 20m 44.52s +61° 11′ 40.6″ 8.7 300 O6.5III source of nebula NGC 7635
T Cas T 1845 1834 00h 23m 14.27s +55° 47′ 33.2″ 8.87 M7-9e Mira variable, Vmax = 6.9m, Vmin = 13m, P = 445 d
PZ Cas PZ 117078 23h 44m 03.28s +61° 47′ 22.2″ 8.90 M3Iab: semiregular variable
BM Cas BM 4279 00h 54m 45.95s +64° 05′ 06.2″ 8.91 1850 F0Ia β Lyr variable, Vmax = 8.78m, Vmin = 9.31m, P = 197 d
HD 219415 219415 23h 14m 54.0s +56° 43′ 49″ 8.94 K0III has a planet
SX Cas SX 232121 871 00h 10m 42.08s +54° 53′ 29.4″ 8.87 771 B5+K3III Algol variable, Vmax = 8.96m, Vmin = 9.83m, P = 36.56 d
WW Cas WW 7260 01h 33m 32.69s +57° 45′ 05.4″ 9.10 C5,5 slow irregular variable, Vmax = 9.1m, Vmin = 11.7m
FM Cas FM 236349 1162 00h 14m 28.24s +56° 15′ 10.6″ 9.16 F7.5Ib classical Cepheid, Vmax = 8.82m, Vmin = 9.47m, P = 5.81 d
TZ Cas TZ 117763 23h 52m 56.24s +61° 00′ 08.4″ 9.18 M3Iab slow irregular variable, Vmax = 8.86m, Vmin = 10.5m
AZ Cas AZ 01h 42m 16.51s +61° 25′ 16.3″ 9.22 M0Ib:ep+B Algol variable, Vmax = 9.22m, Vmin = 9.52m, P = 3402 d
TX Cas TX 02h 52m 16.19s +62° 46′ 57.5″ 9.33 B1V β Lyr variable, Vmax = 9.16m, Vmin = 9.8m, P = 2.93 d
X Cas X 9057 01h 56m 38.09s +59° 15′ 33.7″ 9.45 942 C5,4e Mira variable, Vmax = 9.45m, Vmin = 13.2m, P = 423 d
XX Cas XX 01h 29m 34.61s +60° 58′ 04.7″ 9.57 B4Vn Algol variable
SZ Cas SZ 11420 02h 27m 13.77s +59° 27′ 38.2″ 9.60 1210 G5III classical Cepheid, Vmax = 9.6m, Vmin = 10.02m, P = 13.63 d
SW Cas SW 114160 23h 07m 10.08s +58° 33′ 15.1″ 9.74 1520 K0 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 9.32m, Vmin = 10.01m, P = 5.44 d
UU Cas UU 117576 23h 50m 39.52s +60° 54′ 39.1″ 9.74 B1Iab: β Lyr variable
DD Cas DD 118122 23h 57m 34.96s +62° 43′ 05.7″ 9.84 F7 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 9.56m, Vmin = 10.18m, P = 9.81 d
PV Cas PV 240208 23h 10m 02.58s +59° 12′ 06.1″ 9.86 B6V Algol variable, Vmax = 9.71m, Vmin = 10.36m, P = 1.75 d
SY Cas SY 1213 00h 15m 09.81s +58° 25′ 27.4″ 9.92 1210 F5 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 9.4m, Vmin = 10.24m, P = 4.07 d
DN Cas DN 02h 23m 11.53s +60° 49′ 50.1″ 9.93 O8Vv Algol variable, Vmax = 9.81m, Vmin = 10.24m, P = 2.31 d
RY Cas RY 117690 23h 52m 07.03s +58° 44′ 30.2″ 9.95 F9Ib classical Cepheid, Vmax = 9.38m, Vmin = 10.39m, P = 12.14 d
XY Cas XY 236542 3886 00h 49m 53.26s +60° 07′ 38.6″ 9.97 1190 F6Iab-b:... classical Cepheid, Vmax = 9.61m, Vmin = 10.26m, P = 4.50 d
OX Cas OX 5391 01h 09m 00.10s +61° 28′ 14.8″ 10.06 1230 B1V Algol variable, Vmax = 9.9m, Vmin = 10.35m, P = 2.49 d
RS Cas RS 116556 23h 37m 16.06s +62° 25′ 44.4″ 10.06 F7-G1Ib classical Cepheid, Vmax = 9.53m, Vmin = 10.36m, P = 6.39 d
QQ Cas QQ 23h 45m 36.75s +59° 54′ 21.6″ 10.20 B2 β Lyr variable
V381 Cas V381 00h 32m 51.61s +49° 19′ 39.3″ 10.22 B Algol variable
QX Cas QX 23h 58m 43.15s +61° 09′ 39.5″ 10.25 B1V+B1V Algol variable, Vmax = 10.19m, Vmin = 10.7m, P = 6.00 d
V547 Cas V547 2552 00h 32m 29.43s +67° 14′ 08.4″ 10.29 32.8 M2V+M3V triple star; flare star
AQ Cas AQ 6174 01h 19m 10.35s +62° 23′ 48.4″ 10.31 B3 Algol variable, Vmax = 10.06m, Vmin = 11m, P = 11.72 d
AB Cas AB 12235 02h 37m 31.51s +71° 18′ 16.3″ 10.32 888 A3Vv+... Algol and δ Sct variable, Vmax = 10.1m, Vmin = 11.85m, P = 1.37 d
V459 Cas V459 01h 11m 29.92s +61° 08′ 48.0″ 10.36 B9 Algol variable
BY Cas BY 8312 01h 47m 11.92s +61° 25′ 21.0″ 10.41 F5 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.06m, Vmin = 10.58m, P = 3.22 d
VX Cas VX 00h 31m 30.68s +61° 58′ 51.0″ 10.50 A0Vep UX Ori star, Vmax = 10.5m, Vmin = 13.3m
WR 1 V863 4004 3415 00h 43m 28.40s +64° 45′ 35.4″ 10.54 WN4-s
MWC 419 V594 3401 00h 43m 18.26s +61° 54′ 40.1″ 10.60 657 B8eq Orion variable
CE Cas CE 23h 58m 09.31s +61° 12′ 49.3″ 10.63 10800 F9Ib+F8Ib in NGC 7790; binary classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.63m, Vmin = 11.15m, P = 5.14 d and Vmax = 10.62m, Vmin = 11.30m, P = 4.48 d
CD Cas CD
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117154 23h 45m 02.63s +63° 00′ 13.9″ 10.64 1230 F6-G5 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.37m, Vmin = 11.15m, P = 7.80 d
VW Cas VW 5138 01h 05m 48.22s +61° 45′ 17.8″ 10.67 K0 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.36m, Vmin = 11.07m, P = 5.99 d
WR 3 9974 7681 01h 38m 55.63s +58° 09′ 22.7″ 10.69 WN3h-w surrounded by a unique stellar-wind bubble
VV Cas VV 8614 01h 51m 07.03s +59° 53′ 17.5″ 10.73 F6 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.26m, Vmin = 11.2m, P = 6.21 d
DF Cas DF 12817 02h 44m 43.31s +61° 27′ 52.9″ 10.74 F8 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.53m, Vmin = 11.13m, P = 3.83 d
V364 Cas V364 00h 52m 43.01s +50° 28′ 10.2″ 10.75 A7 Algol variable, Vmax = 10.53m, Vmin = 11.22m, P = 1.54 d
WY Cas WY 23h 58m 01.30s +56° 29′ 13.5″ 10.76 S6-6.5/6-e Mira variable
ZZ Cas ZZ 2644 00h 33m 30.38s +62° 30′ 40.2″ 10.79 1290 B3 β Lyr variable
CH Cas CH 115390 23h 22m 28.44s +62° 45′ 25.7″ 10.79 F3Ibp classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.47m, Vmin = 11.56m, P = 15.09 d
CF Cas CF 118174 23h 58m 17.98s +61° 13′ 15.8″ 10.80 10800 B3 in NGC 7790; classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.8m, Vmin = 11.47m, P = 4.88 d
BP Cas BP 5846 01h 15m 01.09s +65° 35′ 57.9″ 10.80 F6 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.55m, Vmin = 11.33m, P = 6.27 d
LS I +61 303 V615 12469 02h 40m 31.67s +61° 13′ 45.6″ 10.8 B0Ve microquasar, Vmax = 10.4m, Vmin = 11.1m, P = 26.50 d
V523 Cas V523 00h 40m 06.26s +50° 14′ 15.5″ 10.87 K4V W UMa variable, Vmax = 10.62m, Vmin = 11.45m, P = 0.23 d
WASP-93 00h 37m 50.0s +51° 17′ 20″ 10.97 815 F4 has a transiting planet (b)
CW Cas CW 00h 45m 52.69s +63° 05′ 08.4″ 11.08 1340 G8V W UMa variable, Vmax = 11.02m, Vmin = 11.62m, P = 0.32 d
2S 0114+650 V662 6081 01h 18m 02.70s +65° 17′ 29.9″ 11.09 B1Iae X-ray pulsar, Vmax = 10.97m, Vmin = 11.09m, P = 11.60 d
IR Cas IR 23h 06m 52.37s +54° 04′ 52.2″ 11.14 F4... β Lyr variable
IT Cas IT 23h 42m 01.40s +51° 44′ 36.8″ 11.23 F6 Algol variable
WR 2 6327 5100 01h 05m 23.01s +60° 25′ 19.0″ 11.33 WN2-w The only WN2 star known, GRB candidate
CG Cas CG 00h 00m 59.25s +69° 57′ 32.2″ 11.28 F5 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.89m, Vmin = 11.73m, P = 4.35 d
RX J0146.9+6121 V831 01h 47m 00.21s +61° 31′ 23.7″ 11.34 B1III-Ve in NGC 663; X-ray pulsar, Vmax = 11.3m, Vmin = 11.5m
IV Cas IV 23h 49m 31.53s +53° 08′ 04.8″ 11.34 A2 Algol and δ Sct variable
IX Cas IX 390 00h 04m 50.82s +50° 14′ 05.5″ 11.36 637 F7 W Vir variable, Vmax = 11.19m, Vmin = 11.77m, P = 9.15 d
UZ Cas UZ 5658 01h 12m 41.16s +61° 12′ 48.1″ 11.45 1840 G2 classical Cepheid, Vmax = 10.93m, Vmin = 11.73m, P = 4.26 d
GP Cas GP 12416 02h 39m 50.44s +59° 35′ 51.3″ 11.50 M2Iab slow irregular variable
MWC 1080 V628 114995 23h 17m 25.58s +60° 50′ 43.4″ 11.58 B0eq Orion variable, Vmax = 10.88m, Vmin = 11.84m
CY Cas CY 115925 23h 29m 12.77s +63° 22′ 27.5″ 11.67 G1-2Ib classical Cepheid, Vmax = 11.07m, Vmin = 12.21m, P = 14.38 d
UV Cas UV 23h 02m 14.66s +59° 36′ 36.7″ 11.80 F0/5Ib R CrB variable
BS Cas BS 01h 21m 38.57s +59° 10′ 27.1″ 11.84 A-F W UMa variable, Vmax = 11.50m, Vmin = 12.16m, P = 0.44 d
Gliese 82 V596 9291 01h 59m 23.51s +58° 31′ 16.1″ 12.04 39.9 M4Ve flare star
V627 Cas V627 113373 22h 57m 40.99s +58° 09′ 12.5″ 12.4 M2eII-III semiregular variable, Vmax = 12.4m, Vmin = 13.24m
TY Cas TY 00h 36m 59.42s +63° 08′ 01.7″ M6 Mira variable
V592 Cas V592 00h 20m 52.22s +55° 42′ 16.3″ 12.79 OB nova-like star, ΔV = 0.4m, P = 0.12 d
HV Cas HV 01h 11m 03.48s +53° 43′ 40.2″ 12.9 Ce Mira variable
BH Cas BH 00h 21m 21.38s +59° 09′ 05.4″ 13 B3 W UMa variable, Vmax = 12.51m, Vmin = 13.10m, P = 0.41 d
IRAS 23304+6147 23h 32m 44.79s +62° 03′ 49.1″ 13.1 G2Ia post-AGB star, ΔV = 0.20m, P = 85 d
HAT-P-44 00h 56m 50.3s +47° 00′ 52″ 13.21 1220 has two transiting planets
LkHα 198 V633 00h 11m 25.83s +58° 49′ 28.6″ 13.79 B9e Herbig Ae/Be star; Orion variable
V664 Cas V664 03h 03m 47.01s +64° 54′ 35.7″ 14.56 central star of HFG 1, re-radiating binary system
V425 Cas V425 23h 03m 46.66s +53° 17′ 14.9″ VY Scl variable
V709 Cas V709 00h 28m 48.84s +59° 17′ 22.0″ DQ Her variable
4U 0115+634 V635 01h 18m 31.90s +63° 44′ 24.0″ 15.19 B0.2Ve X-ray pulsar, Vmax = 14.5m, Vmin = 16.3m, P = 24.3 d
V376 Cas V376 00h 11m 26.52s +58° 50′ 03.7″ A3/F2e Orion variable
IGR J00234+6141 V1033 00h 22m 57.64s +61° 41′ 07.6″ 16.1 DQ Her variable, Vmax = 16.1m, Vmin = 16.9m, P = 0.17 d
V705 Cas V705 23h 41m 47.19s +57° 30′ 59.5″ 16.4 nova, Vmax = 5.7m, Vmin = 16.4m
Tycho G 00h 25m 19.9s +64° 08′ 18″ 17 G2IV former companion of progenitor of SN 1572
V723 Cas V723 01h 05m 05.36s +54° 00′ 40.3″ 18.0 A7 nova, Vmax = 7.08m, Vmin = <18.0m
RNO 1B V710 00h 36m 46.30s +63° 28′ 54.1″ 18.6 F8II FU Ori star, Vmax = 18.6m, Vmin = 21.6m
HT Cas HT 01h 10m 13.13s +60° 04′ 35.4″ 19.32 M5.5e SU UMa variable and eclipsing binary, Vmax = 12.6m, Vmin = 19.32m
4U 0142+61 01h 46m 22.21s +61° 45′ 03.8″ 25.62 magnetar
IGR J00291+5934 V1037 00h 29m 13.06s +59° 34′ 19.0″ X-ray pulsar with millisecond pulsar
1E 2259+586 23h 01m 08.14s +58° 52′ 44.5″ magnetar
PSR B2319+60 23h 21m 55.21s +60° 24′ 30.7″ pulsar
PSR B2334+61 23h 37m 05.78s +61° 51′ 01.7″ pulsar
PSR J0205+6449 02h 05m 37.92s +64° 49′ 42.8″ central pulsar of 3C 58
OH 127.8+0.0 V669 01h 33m 51.21s +62° 26′ 53.2″ M9III Mira variable
W3 IRS 5 02h 25m 40.54s +62° 05′ 51.4″ B1 protostar; possibly similar to a proto-Trapezium
IRAS 00338+6312 00h 36m 47.5s +63° 29′ 02″ protostar
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