List of stars in Sagitta

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

Name B F Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
γ Sge γ 12 189319 98337  19h 58m 45.39s +19° 29′ 31.5″ 3.51 −1.11 274 K5III variable star, ΔV = 0.004m, P = 6.37836 d
δ Sge A δ 7 187076 97365  19h 47m 23.27s +18° 32′ 03.3″ 3.82 −1.87 448 M2II + B6 semiregular variable, Vmax = 3.75m, Vmin = 3.83m
δ Sge B δ 7 187077  19h 47m 23.10s +18° 32′ 01.0″ 3.80
α Sge α 5 185758 96757  19h 40m 05.78s +18° 00′ 50.2″ 4.39 −1.42 473 G0II Sham, Alsahm
β Sge β 6 185958 96837  19h 41m 02.93s +17° 28′ 34.0″ 4.39 −1.39 466 G8II
ζ Sge ζ 8 187362 97496  19h 48m 58.65s +19° 08′ 31.1″ 5.01 0.01 326 A3V
η Sge η 16 190608 98920  20h 05m 09.47s +19° 59′ 27.2″ 5.09 1.61 162 K2III suspected variable
13 Sge 13 VZ 189577 98438  20h 00m 03.31s +17° 30′ 59.5″ 5.33 −1.47 746 M4IIIa semiregular variable, Vmax = 5.27m, Vmin = 5.57m
11 Sge 11 189090 98234  19h 57m 45.44s +16° 47′ 20.8″ 5.54 0.07 404 B9III
1 Sge 1 180317 94620  19h 15m 17.34s +21° 13′ 55.6″ 5.65 0.71 318 A4V
ε Sge ε 4 185194 96516  19h 37m 17.38s +16° 27′ 46.0″ 5.67 −0.14 473 G8IIIvar suspected variable, Vmax = 5.64m, Vmin = 5.67m
S Sge 10 S 188727 98085  19h 56m 01.26s +16° 38′ 05.3″ 5.71 −4.89 4289 G5Ibv SB Cepheid variable, Vmax = 5.24m, Vmin = 6.04m, P = 8.382086 d
15 Sge 15 190406 98819  20h 04m 06.47s +17° 04′ 16.2″ 5.80 4.56 58 G1V binary star; suspected variable, Vmax = 5.77m, Vmin = 5.80m
HD 193579 193579 100276  20h 20m 21.40s +17° 47′ 34.8″ 5.82 −0.01 477 K5III
HD 190211 190211 98738  20h 03m 16.39s +18° 30′ 03.7″ 5.99 −1.09 849 K3Iab:
HD 180242 180242 94598  19h 15m 02.69s +20° 12′ 11.3″ 6.03 −0.70 724 G8III suspected variable, Vmax = 6m, Vmin = 6.04m
HD 178428 178428 93966  19h 07m 57.28s +16° 51′ 14.9″ 6.08 4.47 68 G5V spectroscopic binary
HD 177199 177199 93523  19h 02m 52.62s +19° 39′ 39.7″ 6.11 −2.26 1538 K1III
18 Sge 18 192836 99913  20h 16m 19.78s +21° 35′ 55.5″ 6.11 1.31 298 K1III
9 Sge 9 QZ 188001 97796  19h 52m 21.77s +18° 40′ 18.8″ 6.23 −6.96 14174 O8e spectroscopic eclipsing binary, Vmax = 6.16m, Vmin = 6.23m
HD 191814 191814 99445  20h 11m 03.53s +21° 08′ 04.2″ 6.24 0.25 514 K0
2 Sge 2 182490 95398  19h 24m 22.08s +16° 56′ 15.9″ 6.27 1.08 355 A2III-IV
V340 Sge V340 185622 96688  19h 39m 25.34s +16° 34′ 16.1″ 6.37 −2.87 2296 M0Iab-Ib SB slow irregular variable
V344 Sge V344 191178 99176  20h 08m 06.50s +16° 39′ 51.7″ 6.39 −4.18 4234 M3III irregular variable
HD 180377 180377 94646  19h 15m 33.37s +18° 30′ 58.8″ 6.46 −1.13 1072 M2III semiregular variable
HD 176776 176776 93374  19h 01m 05.43s +19° 18′ 34.6″ 6.47 0.74 457 K1III
U Sge U 181182 94910  19h 18m 48.41s +19° 36′ 37.7″ 6.50 −0.96 1012 B8III + K Algol variable, Vmax = 6.45m, Vmin = 9.28m, P = 3.38061933 d
θ Sge θ 17 191570 99352  20h 09m 56.61s +20° 54′ 53.2″ 6.51 3.24 147 F5IV
V338 Sge V338 179588 94377  19h 12m 34.45s +16° 50′ 47.1″ 6.69 791 B9IV Eclipsing binary
3 Sge 3 182571 95435  19h 24m 45.39s +16° 57′ 25.4″ 6.84 1.36 407 A0
HD 183143 HT 183143 95657  19h 27m 26.56s +18° 17′ 45.2″ 6.86 7100 B7Iae Alpha Cygni variable, Vmax = 6.71m, Vmin = 6.95m, P = 40.44 d
θ Sge θ 17 191571  20h 09m 52.30s +20° 53′ 47.0″ 8.90 component of the θ Sge system
HD 231701 231701 96078  19h 32m 04.16s +16° 28′ 27.4″ 8.99 3.81 354 F8V has a planet (b)
R Sge R 192388  20h 14m 03.75s +16° 43′ 35.1″ 9.20 G0Ib RV Tauri variable, Vmax = 8.0m, Vmin = 10.5m, P = 70.77 d
FG Sge FG 99527  20h 11m 56.06s +20° 20′ 04.4″ 9.45 606 B4Ieq-K2Ib Vmax = 8.7m, Vmin = 18.1m
V Sge V  20h 18m 02.00s +20° 56′ 39.0″ 9.6-13 1100 prototype V Sagittae variable, Vmax = 8.16m, Vmin = 13.9m, P = 0.514195 d
GY Sge GY  19h 35m 13.63s +19° 12′ 08.6″ 9.84 Cepheid variable, Vmax = 9.84m, Vmin = 10.60m, P = 51.0625 d
HAT-P-34  20h 12m 47s +17° 37′ 41.2″ 10.16 838 F8 has a transiting planet (b)
SV Sge SV 93987  19h 08m 11.77s +16° 43′ 35.1″ 10.3 Rv... R Coronae Borealis variable, Vmax = 10.3m, Vmin = 16.5m, P = 56.64 d
HD 187282 QT 187282 97456  19h 48m 32.20s +18° 12′ 03.7″ 10.51 WN4 Wolf–Rayet star, ΔV = 0.04m
QW Sge QW  19h 45m 49.54s +18° 36′ 47.8″ 11.0 M6 Z Andromedae variable, Vmax = 11.0m, Vmin = 12.8m, P = 517 d
HM Sge HM  19h 41m 57.09s +16° 44′ 39.9″ 11.10 M7 Nova and Mira variable
WR 124 QR 94289  19h 11m 30.88s +16° 51′ 38.2″ 11.12 WN8 Wolf–Rayet star, Vmax = 11.04m, Vmin = 11.12m
RZ Sge RZ  20h 03m 18.47s +17° 02′ 51.9″ 12.3 SU Ursae Majoris variable, Vmax = 12.3m, Vmin = 17.7m, P = 0.0682803 d
QY Sge QY  20h 07m 54.62s +18° 42′ 54.5″ 12.37 G0e... semiregular variable, Vmax = 12.37m, Vmin = 12.57m
UU Sge UU  19h 42m 10.30s +17° 05′ 14.4″ 14.67 sdO+G Algol variable in planetary nebula, Vmax = 14.18m, Vmin = 15.59m, P = 0.46506918 d
WZ Sge WZ  20h 07m 36.50s +17° 42′ 14.8″ 15.20 DAepv prototype WZ Sagittae variable
Black Widow Pulsar QX  19h 59m 36.77s +20° 48′ 15.1″ 20.4 eclipsing binary/millisecond pulsar, Vmax = 20.4m, Vmin = 23.0m, P = 0.381967 d
WY Sge WY  19h 32m 43.82s +17° 44′ 55.9″ nova; dwarf nova; Algol variable
PSR B1944+17  19h 46m 53.04s +18° 05′ 41.2″ pulsar
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References[edit]

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  • Kostjuk, N. D. (2002). "HD-DM-GC-HR-HIP-Bayer-Flamsteed Cross Index". Retrieved 2006-12-26.
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  • "AAVSO Website". American Association of Variable Star Observers. Retrieved 9 March 2014.