List of stars in Scutum

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

Name B Var HD HIP RA Dec vis.
mag.
abs.
mag.
Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes
α Sct α 171443 91117 18h 35m 12.44s −08° 14′ 35.9″ 3.85 0.21 174 K2III suspected variable, Vmax = 3.81m, Vmin = 3.87m
β Sct β 173764 92175 18h 47m 10.48s −04° 44′ 52.2″ 4.22 −2.41 689 G5II...
ζ Sct ζ 169156 90135 18h 23m 39.55s −08° 56′ 04.2″ 4.66 0.82 191 K0III
γ Sct γ 170296 90595 18h 29m 11.85s −14° 33′ 56.9″ 4.67 −0.09 291 A1IV/V
δ Sct δ 172748 91726 18h 42m 16.42s −09° 03′ 09.2″ 4.70
(4.60–4.79)
0.91 187 F2IIIp d Del triple star; prototype Delta Scuti variable, Vmax = 4.6m, Vmin = 4.79m, P = 0.1937697 d
η Sct η 175751 93026 18h 57m 03.63s −05° 50′ 46.4″ 4.83 0.82 207 K1III
ε Sct ε 173009 91845 18h 43m 31.24s −08° 16′ 30.9″ 4.88 −1.14 522 G8II
HD 175156 175156 92814 18h 54m 43.12s −15° 36′ 10.9″ 5.08 −3.46 1663 B3II
HD 171391 171391 91105 18h 35m 02.36s −10° 58′ 37.9″ 5.12 0.38 290 G8III suspected variable
R Sct R 173819 92202 18h 47m 28.98s −05° 42′ 18.3″ 5.38
(4.5–8.2)
−2.79 1405 K0Ibpvar RV Tauri variable, Vmax = 4.2m, Vmin = 8.6m, P = 146.5 d
V450 Sct V450 170975 90913 18h 32m 43.32s −14° 51′ 56.4″ 5.47 −2.48 1268 K3Iab semiregular variable
HD 173638 173638 92136 18h 46m 43.32s −10° 07′ 30.1″ 5.69 F2Ib-II suspected irregular variable, Vmax = 5.64m, Vmin = 5.81m
HD 169033 169033 90096 18h 23m 12.17s −12° 00′ 52.9″ 5.71 −0.66 612 B5V
HD 171130 171130 90991 18h 33m 39.00s −14° 51′ 12.9″ 5.74 1.68 211 A0/A1V
HD 170740 170740 90804 18h 31m 25.69s −10° 47′ 44.9″ 5.77 −0.87 694 B2V double star; suspected variable
HD 172348 172348 91532 18h 40m 00.40s −07° 47′ 26.5″ 5.82 −0.22 527 K4III
HD 174464 174464 92488 18h 50m 58.51s −09° 46′ 26.8″ 5.82 −2.51 1509 F2Ib
HD 174208 174208 92391 18h 49m 40.96s −05° 54′ 46.2″ 5.99 −2.31 1489 K2Ib
V432 Sct V432 170397 90651 18h 29m 46.75s −14° 34′ 55.3″ 6.02 1.32 284 Ap α² CVn variable, ΔV = 0.012m, P = 2.1912 d
HD 172831 172831 91751 18h 42m 36.12s −07° 04′ 25.1″ 6.13 1.77 243 K0.5III
HD 170547 170547 90692 18h 30m 14.30s −05° 43′ 26.9″ 6.27 0.02 579 G8II-III
HD 174866 174866 92674 18h 53m 01.80s −09° 34′ 32.0″ 6.27 1.23 332 A7Vn
HD 169370 169370 90238 18h 24m 42.05s −07° 04′ 33.1″ 6.28 1.61 281 K0
HD 173093 173093 91880 18h 43m 51.22s −06° 49′ 04.8″ 6.30 2.09 227 F7V
HD 169009 169009 90083 18h 23m 02.10s −10° 13′ 08.1″ 6.32 1.21 343 B9.5V suspected variable
HD 170902 170902 90884 18h 32m 20.66s −14° 38′ 39.2″ 6.36 2.01 241 A4/A5IV/V
HD 171149 171149 90967 18h 33m 22.71s −05° 54′ 41.9″ 6.36 1.07 373 A0Vn
HD 172594 172594 91677 18h 41m 42.46s −14° 33′ 51.3″ 6.40 −4.34 4592 F2/F3Ib/II
HD 174328 174328 92456 18h 50m 31.17s −13° 34′ 20.1″ 6.48 −2.03 1638 K1II/III
HD 171957 171957 91369 18h 38m 04.48s −14° 00′ 17.1″ 6.49 −0.15 694 B8II/III
HD 174005 174005 92296 18h 48m 39.49s −06° 00′ 15.8″ 6.49 0.45 527 A2
HD 169913 169913 90437 18h 27m 08.86s −08° 02′ 25.6″ 6.50 1.51 325 K0
HD 169454 V430 169454 90281 18h 25m 15.19s −13° 58′ 42.3″ 6.64 B1Ia α Cyg variable, Vmax = 6.5m, Vmin = 6.64m
S Sct S 174325 92442 18h 50m 20.04s −07° 54′ 27.4″ 6.80 1260 C semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.6m, Vmin = 7.3m, P = 149.7 d
V496 Sct V496 18h 43m 45.57s −07° 36′ 42.0″ 7.10 nova, Vmax = 7.10m, Vmin = <19m
RZ Sct RZ 169753 90382 18h 26m 33.52s −09° 12′ 06.0″ 7.53 2260 B3Ib Algol variable, Vmax = 7.34m, Vmin = 8.84m, P = 15.1902079 d
HD 173219 V447 173219 91946 18h 44m 33.34s −07° 06′ 38.2″ 7.88 B1:V:npe Be star, ΔV = 0.12m
SS Sct SS 173058 91867 18h 43m 43.51s −07° 43′ 51.9″ 7.90 F8 Cepheid variable, Vmax = 7.9m, Vmin = 8.43m, P = 3.671253 d
EW Sct EW 171955 91342 18h 37m 51.11s −06° 47′ 48.5″ 7.96 1450 G5 double-mode Cepheid variable, Vmax = 7.6m, Vmin = 8.2m, P = 5.82363 d
V475 Sct V475 18h 49m 37.60s −09° 33′ 15.9″ nova, Vmax = 8.4m, Vmin = <16m
RU Sct RU 172730 91697 18h 41m 56.38s −04° 06′ 38.4″ 8.84 801 G5 Cepheid variable, Vmax = 8.84m, Vmin = 9.96m, P = 19.7035 d
RY Sct RY 169515 90303 18h 25m 31.48s −12° 41′ 24.2″ 9.12 B1IIIpe Beta Lyrae variable, Vmax = 9.12m, Vmin = 9.72m, P = 11.12471 d
HD 173637 V455 173637 92128 18h 46m 38.08s −07° 55′ 55.1″ 9.29 B1IV γ Cas variable
EV Sct EV 91239 18h 36m 39.60s −08° 11′ 05.4″ 9.90 G0II Cepheid variable, Vmax = 9.9m, Vmin = 10.32m, P = 3.09099 d
RS Sct RS 92340 18h 49m 11.25s −10° 14′ 27.8″ 9.95 860 G0 Beta Lyrae variable, Vmax = 9.78m, Vmin = 10.91m, P = 0.6642384 d
AS 314 V452 91477 18h 39m 26.11s −13° 50′ 47.2″ 10.01 32600 A3:Ia α Cyg variable; candidate luminous blue variable
X Sct X 90791 18h 31m 19.75s −13° 06′ 29.5″ 10.07 1330 F5... Cepheid variable, Vmax = 9.5m, Vmin = 10.42m, P = 4.19807 d
V443 Sct V443 18h 49m 38.95s −06° 11′ 15.9″ 10.48 nova, Vmax = 8.5m, Vmin = <13.2m
CM Sct CM 91738 18h 42m 26.82s −05° 20′ 27.0″ 10.93 Cepheid variable, Vmax = 10.79m, Vmin = 11.49m, P = 3.916997 d
TY Sct TY 91706 18h 42m 07.92s −04° 17′ 36.5″ 11.00 733 F8 Cepheid variable, Vmax = 10.31m, Vmin = 11.25m, P = 11.05302 d
V476 Sct V476 18h 32m 04.75s −06° 43′ 34.3″ 11.10 nova, Vmax = 11.1m, Vmin = <17m
UY Sct UY 18h 27m 36.53s −12° 27′ 58.9″ 11.20 M4Ia one of the largest known stars; semiregular variable
LS 5039 V479 18h 26m 15.06s −14° 50′ 54.3″ 11.23 O(f)N6.5V High-mass X-ray binary; microquasar; gamma-ray emitter; Vmax = 11.22m, Vmin = 11.35m, P = 3.906 d
V367 Sct V367 18h 33m 35.24s −10° 25′ 38.0″ 11.58 F5II double-mode Cepheid variable, Vmax = 11.21m, Vmin = 11.91m, P = 6.29307 d
FR Sct FR 90115 18h 23m 22.79s −12° 40′ 51.8″ 11.60 M1:II slow irregular variable; Algol variable
MWC 300 V431 90617 18h 29m 25.69s −06° 04′ 37.3″ 11.60 Bpe α2 CVn variable, Vmax = 11.6m, Vmin = 12.1m, P = 2.1510141 d
BX Sct BX 18h 50m 09.24s −04° 22′ 05.2″ 11.70 F6 Cepheid variable, Vmax = 11.7m, Vmin = 12.62m, P = 6.41133 d
COROT-17 18h 34m 47s −06° 36′ 44″ 15.46 3001 G2V has a transiting planet (b)
4U 1850-087 18h 53m 04.89s −08° 42′ 19.7″ 21.00 22500 Low-mass X-ray binary
CRL 2136 18h 22m 26.59s −13° 30′ 15.7″ massive young star
OH 17.7-2.0 V445 18h 30m 30.62s −14° 28′ 55.8″ K2/K3:II/III: semiregular variable
OH 26.5+0.6 V437 18h 37m 32.51s −05° 23′ 59.2″ M Mira variable
PSR B1829-10 18h 32m 40.9s −10° 21′ 34″ n/a pulsar
PSR B1822-09 18h 25m 30.55s −09° 35′ 22.1″ pulsar
PSR B1823-13 18h 26m 13.18s −13° 34′ 46.8″ pulsar
PSR B1828-10 18h 30m 47.57s −10° 59′ 27.9″ pulsar; possible planetary companion
PSR J1833-1034 18h 33m 33.57s −10° 34′ 07.5″ pulsar
1E 1841-045 18h 41m 19.34s −04° 56′ 11.16″ magnetar in supernova remnant
EU Sct EU 18h 56m 13.12s −04° 12′ 32.3″ nova
V368 Sct V368 18h 45m 43.53s −08° 33′ 00.9″ nova
V373 Sct V373 18h 55m 26.71s −07° 43′ 05.5″ nova
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