List of stars in Reticulum

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

Name B Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
α Ret α 27256 19780  04h 14m 25.43s −62° 28′ 26.3″ 3.33 −0.17 163 G7III double star
β Ret β 23817 17440  03h 44m 11.55s −64° 48′ 25.5″ 3.84 1.41 100 K0IV SB triple star system, spectroscopic binary
ε Ret ε 27442 19921  04h 16m 29.08s −59° 18′ 06.3″ 4.44 3.14 59 K2IV double star; component A has a planet (b)
γ Ret γ 25705 18744  04h 00m 53.81s −62° 09′ 33.7″ 4.48 −1.41 490 M4III semiregular variable, Vmax = 4.42m, Vmin = 4.64m, P = 25 d
δ Ret δ 25422 18597  03h 58m 44.74s −61° 24′ 00.5″ 4.56 −1.50 530 M2III irregular variable, Vmax = 4.54m, Vmin = 4.59m
κ Ret κ 22001 16245  03h 29m 22.19s −62° 56′ 18.4″ 4.71 3.05 70 F5IV-V binary star
ι Ret ι 25728 18772  04h 01m 18.07s −61° 04′ 44.6″ 4.97 −0.06 331 K4III
ζ2 Ret ζ2 20807 15371  03h 18m 11.14s −62° 30′ 28.6″ 5.24 4.83 39 G1V component of the ζ Ret system
η Ret η 28093 20384  04h 21m 53.22s −63° 23′ 12.5″ 5.24 −0.09 380 G7III
HD 27304 27304 19805  04h 14m 48.55s −62° 11′ 31.4″ 5.45 0.88 267 K0III double star
ζ1 Ret ζ1 20766 15330  03h 17m 44.47s −62° 34′ 36.8″ 5.53 5.11 40 G2V component of the ζ Ret system; suspected variable
HD 28732 28732 20825  04h 27m 46.04s −62° 31′ 16.4″ 5.74 0.72 329 K0III double star
HD 29399 29399 21253  04h 33m 34.10s −62° 49′ 25.1″ 5.79 2.48 150 K1III binary star; suspected variable
HD 22252 22252 16368  03h 30m 51.68s −66° 29′ 23.0″ 5.81 −1.27 851 B8V
θ Ret θ 27657 20020  04h 17m 40.27s −63° 15′ 19.8″ 5.88 0.12 462 B9III-IV double star; suspected variable, Vmax = 5.86m, Vmin = 5.90m
HD 28413 28413 20619  04h 25m 05.36s −61° 14′ 17.7″ 5.94 −0.53 642 K4/K5III suspected variable
HD 20888 20888 15353  03h 17m 58.99s −66° 55′ 36.8″ 6.03 2.21 189 A3V
HD 25346 25346 18592  03h 58m 42.87s −57° 06′ 08.6″ 6.05 2.10 201 F2IV
HD 25170 25170 18401  03h 56m 03.90s −63° 27′ 49.8″ 6.14 0.86 371 K1/K2III
HD 23697 23697 17464  03h 44m 33.86s −54° 16′ 27.1″ 6.29 1.83 254 K1III double star
TT Ret TT 27463 19917  04h 16m 20.92s −60° 56′ 54.8″ 6.34 0.96 388 Ap EuCr(Sr) double star; α2 CVn variable, , P = 2.83507 d
HD 26491 26491 19233  04h 07m 21.29s −64° 13′ 23.2″ 6.37 4.54 76 G3V
HD 22382 22382 16531  03h 32m 51.46s −61° 01′ 01.2″ 6.42 0.82 429 K0III
HD 23079 23079 17096  03h 39m 43.10s −52° 54′ 57.0″ 7.1 4.40 113 F9.5V has a planet (b)
HD 25171 25171 18387  03h 55m 49s −65° 11′ 12″ 7.79 179 F8V has a planet (b)
HD 21693 21693 16085  03h 27m 12s −58° 19′ 25″ 7.94 105 G9IV has two planets (b & c)
HD 21749 21749 16069  03h 27m 00.0s −63° 30′ 08″ 8.1 53 K4.5 has two planets (b & c)
HD 23127 23127 17054  03h 39m 23.64s −60° 04′ 40.2″ 8.56 3.81 291 G2V has a planet (b)
R Ret R, S 29383 21252  04h 33m 32.83s −63° 01′ 45.0″ 9.23 −1.71 5015 M4e-M7.5e Mira variable, Vmax = 6.35m, Vmin = 14.2m, P = 281 d
HD 27894 27894 20277  04h 20m 47.05s −59° 24′ 39.0″ 9.42 6.28 138 K2V has three planets (b, c & d)
HD 23472 23472 17264  03h 41m 50.0s −62° 46′ 01″ 9.7 128 K3.5V has two planets (b & c)
WASP-100  04h 35m 50.0s −64° 01′ 37″ 10.8 F2 has a transiting planet (b)
WASP-119  03h 43m 46.0s −65° 11′ 38″ 12.2 1086 G5 has a transiting planet (b)
NGC 1313 X-2  03h 18m 22.00s −66° 36′ 04.3″ 23.6 12800000 ultraluminous X-ray source
WISE 0359-5401  03h 59m 34.06s −66° 36′ 04.3″ 19.2 Y0 brown dwarf
WISE 0350-5658  03h 50m 00.32s −54° 01′ 54.6″ 12.1 Y1 brown dwarf
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