Pi Ursae Majoris
They are separated by 0.70° in the sky. They are sometimes given the name Muscida, which can also refer to ο Ursae Majoris.
The two stars, Pi¹ and Pi² together, are considered an optical double star. They are not a binary star, in that they are not gravitationally linked, but they are close to each other as seen in the sky, and so are optically associated.
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