Epoch J2000.0 Equinox
|Right ascension||0h 10m 56.87s|
|Declination||+3° 40′ 35.6″|
|Apparent magnitude (V)||15.9|
|Right ascension||0h 10m 56.31s|
|Declination||+3° 40′ 33.1″|
|Apparent magnitude (V)||15.85|
NGC 33 is a double star (F6 and F4) system in the constellation Pisces. While in apparent proximity to each other, the stars are likely physically unrelated to each other. The eastern (and slightly dimmer) star is ±520 light-years from the Sun, while the western, brighter star is 4020±580 light-years from the Sun. However, they have relatively similar 5560proper motions, so their relationship is unclear.