List of stars in Pictor

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

Name B Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
α Pic α 50241 32607  06h 48m 11.54s −61° 56′ 31.1″ 3.30 0.83 99 A7IV
β Pic β 39060 27321  05h 47m 17.08s −51° 04′ 00.2″ 3.85 2.42 63 A5V δ Sct variable, Vmax = 3.80m, Vmin = 3.86m, P = 0.026260 d; has a protoplanetary disk and has two planets (b & c)
γ Pic γ 39523 27530  05h 49m 49.58s −56° 09′ 59.4″ 4.50 0.87 174 K1III
δ Pic δ 42933 29276  06h 10m 17.91s −54° 58′ 07.2″ 4.72 −3.81 1655 B0.5IV β Lyr variable, Vmax = 4.65m, Vmin = 4.9m, P = 1.672541 d
HD 42540 42540 28991  06h 07m 03.36s −62° 09′ 15.9″ 5.04 −0.37 394 K2/K3III
η2 Pic η2 33042 23649  05h 04m 57.95s −49° 34′ 40.2″ 5.05 −0.76 474 M2IIIvar suspected variable, Vmax = 5.00m, Vmin = 5.1m
HD 39640 39640 27621  05h 50m 53.22s −52° 06′ 31.3″ 5.16 0.61 264 G8III
HD 46355 46355 30932  06h 29m 28.54s −56° 51′ 10.2″ 5.20 0.29 312 K0III
HD 40292 40292 27947  05h 54m 50.11s −52° 38′ 09.9″ 5.29 2.58 114 F0Ve...
λ Pic λ 30185 21914  04h 42m 46.46s −50° 28′ 53.1″ 5.30 0.19 343 K0/K1III
HD 38871 38871 27243  05h 46m 27.37s −46° 35′ 50.0″ 5.31 −0.44 460 K0/K1II
η1 Pic η1 32743 23482  05h 02m 48.73s −49° 09′ 05.3″ 5.37 3.28 85 F2V
ζ Pic ζ 35072 24829  05h 19m 22.11s −50° 36′ 23.5″ 5.44 2.65 118 F7III-IV
HD 36553 36553 25768  05h 30m 09.46s −47° 04′ 38.4″ 5.46 2.26 143 G3IV
ι Pic A ι 31203 22531  04h 50m 55.39s −53° 27′ 42.2″ 5.58 2.73 121 F0IV...
ν Pic ν 45229 30342  06h 22m 55.87s −56° 22′ 11.7″ 5.60 2.09 164 Am
HD 41214 41214 28484  06h 00m 49.20s −51° 12′ 59.6″ 5.65 1.65 206 A1m...
μ Pic μ 46860 31137  06h 31m 58.31s −58° 45′ 13.8″ 5.69 −1.04 724 B9V suspected variable
HD 45557 45557 30463  06h 24m 13.88s −60° 16′ 53.0″ 5.78 1.06 287 A0V
HD 40733 40733 28287  05h 58m 37.56s −44° 02′ 04.5″ 5.81 −2.13 1264 G8II
HD 45984 45984 30703  06h 27m 04.14s −58° 00′ 07.6″ 5.82 −0.53 606 K3III
HD 36734 36734 25887  05h 31m 35.99s −45° 55′ 31.5″ 5.86 0.07 468 K3III
HD 39937 39937 27737  05h 52m 20.18s −57° 09′ 21.6″ 5.93 0.41 415 F7IV
HD 34347 34347 24384  05h 13m 53.33s −52° 01′ 50.6″ 6.03 −0.63 701 K3III
HD 35765 35765 25317  05h 24m 55.58s −44° 13′ 32.5″ 6.09 0.03 532 K1III
κ Pic κ 35580 25098  05h 22m 22.15s −56° 08′ 04.0″ 6.10 −0.71 749 B8/B9V
TX Pic TX 37434 26300  05h 36m 02.85s −47° 18′ 49.4″ 6.10 0.08 522 K2III RS CVn variable, Vmax = 6.08m, Vmin = 6.12m
HD 40200 40200 27937  05h 54m 41.12s −49° 37′ 37.4″ 6.11 −1.53 1101 B3V
HD 50571 50571 32775  06h 50m 01.01s −60° 14′ 57.9″ 6.11 3.51 108 F7III-IV has a planet (b)
AE Pic AE 46792 31068  06h 31m 10.65s −61° 52′ 46.5″ 6.15 −1.58 1148 B3V β Lyr variable
HD 39110 39110 27317  05h 47m 13.33s −54° 21′ 38.6″ 6.19 −1.68 1221 K3III
AK Pic AK 48189 31711  06h 38m 00.42s −61° 32′ 00.8″ 6.18 4.47 71 G1/G2V T Tau star, ΔV = 0.05m, P = 2.60 d
HD 33116 33116 23653  05h 05m 00.61s −54° 24′ 26.7″ 6.26 −0.40 700 M2III semiregular variable
θ Pic θ 35860 25303  05h 24m 46.29s −52° 18′ 58.2″ 6.26 0.19 534 A0V
HD 45796 45796 30524  06h 24m 55.81s −63° 49′ 41.4″ 6.26 −0.43 710 B6V suspected variable
HD 45461 45461 30352  06h 23m 01.48s −63° 40′ 59.4″ 6.30 −1.28 1069 M1III
HD 39547 39547 27583  05h 50m 28.83s −52° 46′ 04.5″ 6.32 −0.84 883 K0/K1III
R Pic R 30551 22170  04h 46m 09.55s −49° 14′ 45.1″ 6.35 6700 M2.5:IIe semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.35m, Vmin = 10.1m, P = 168 d
HD 38458 38458 27001  05h 43m 41.12s −45° 49′ 59.2″ 6.38 1.82 266 F0IIIn suspected variable, named ε by Lacaille but dropped by Gould
HD 39312 39312 27512  05h 49m 34.13s −44° 52′ 31.5″ 6.38 −1.79 1405 K1III
ι Pic B ι 31204 22534  04h 50m 56.58s −53° 27′ 35.7″ 6.42 3.89 105 F0IV
HD 37226 37226 26079  05h 33m 44.30s −54° 54′ 08.3″ 6.42 2.67 183 F8V
HD 37781 37781 26515  05h 38m 17.42s −50° 38′ 27.7″ 6.43 0.41 522 A0V
HD 44120 44120 29788  06h 16m 18.84s −59° 12′ 45.8″ 6.44 3.64 119 G1V
SW Pic SW 41586 28596  06h 02m 09.32s −60° 05′ 48.7″ 6.45 −0.61 825 M4III semiregular variable, ΔV = 0.12m
HD 29805 29805 21666  04h 39m 04.29s −51° 40′ 22.1″ 6.45 −0.07 656 K2III
HD 45701 45701 30480  06h 24m 26.57s −63° 25′ 43.1″ 6.45 3.94 104 G3III/IV
HD 45450 45450 30423  06h 23m 46.92s −58° 32′ 38.2″ 6.47 1.52 319 A3V
HD 34587 34587 24520  05h 15m 38.80s −52° 10′ 56.0″ 6.48 −0.62 856 K2III
HD 40665 40665 28180  05h 57m 14.36s −53° 25′ 32.5″ 6.48 −0.24 720 K5/M0III
S Pic S 33894 24126  05h 10m 57.25s −48° 30′ 25.45″ 6.50 1330 M7e Mira variable, Vmax = 6.5m, Vmin = 14.0m, P = 422 d
HD 33331 TU 33331 23833  05h 07m 25.93s −44° 49′ 18.0″ 6.93 964 B5III slowly pulsating B star, ΔV = 0.03m, P = 1.14686 d
HD 40307 40307 27887  05h 54m 04.24s −60° 01′ 24.4″ 7.17 6.63 42 K2.5V has six planets (b, c, d, e, f and g)
TV Pic TV 30861 22370  04h 48m 57.47s −47° 08′ 04.3″ 7.44 634 A2V rotating ellipsoidal variable, Vmax = 7.37m, Vmin = 7.53m, P = 0.851994 d
HD 41004 41004 28393  05h 59m 49.65s −48° 14′ 22.9″ 8.65 5.48 140 K1V+M2 double star, has a planet (Ab) and a brown dwarf (Bb)
HD 41248 41248 28460  06h 00m 33.0s −56° 09′ 43″ 8.82 171 G2V has two planets (b and c)
Kapteyn's Star VZ 33793 24186  05h 11m 40.58s −45° 01′ 26.3″ 8.89 10.92 13 M1V nearest halo star; BY Dra variable; has two planets (b and c)
AB Pic AB 44627 30034  06h 19m 12.91s −58° 03′ 15.5″ 9.21 5.87 148 K2V T Tau star, ΔV = 0.045m, P = 3.853 d has a planet or a brown dwarf (b)
RR Pic RR 31481  06h 35m 36.06s −62° 38′ 24.3″ 12.50 nova, Vmax = 1.0m, Vmin = 12.65m, P = 0.145025 d
TW Pic TW  05h 34m 50.58s −58° 01′ 40.7″ nova-like star
PSR J0437-4715  04h 37m 15.81s −47° 15′ 08.6″ 509.8 closest known millisecond pulsar
WISE 0647-6232  06h 47m 23.23s −62° 32′ 39.7″ Y1 brown dwarf
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See also[edit]

References[edit]

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