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Lambda Andromedae

Lambda Andromedae is the Bayer designation for a binary star in the northern constellation of Andromeda. At an estimated distance of approximately 86.1 light-years from Earth, it has an apparent visual magnitude of +3.8. This is bright enough to ...

                                               

List of Andromedas satellite galaxies

The Andromeda Galaxy has satellite galaxies just like the Milky Way. Orbiting M31 are at least 13 dwarf galaxies: the brightest and largest is M110, which can be seen with a basic telescope. The second-brightest and closest one to M31 is M32. The ...

                                               

LP Andromedae

LP Andromedae is a carbon star in the constellation Andromeda. It is also a Mira variable whose mean apparent visual magnitude is 15.12 and has pulsations with an amplitude of 1.50 magnitudes and a period of 614 days. In 1974 LP Andromedae, known ...

                                               

LQ Andromedae

LQ Andromedae is a variable star in the constellation Andromeda. Its maximum apparent visual magnitude is 6.5, placing it at the limit of the visibility to the naked eye. The brightness, however, drops down to 6.66 with a periodic cycle of roughl ...

                                               

Mu Andromedae

Mu Andromedae is the Bayer designation for a star in the northern constellation of Andromeda. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 3.87, making it readily visible to the naked eye. Based upon parallax measurements, it is approximately 130 light ...

                                               

NGC 206

NGC 206 is the richest and most conspicuous star cloud in the Andromeda Galaxy as well as one of the largest and brightest star formation regions of the Local Group. It contains more than 300 stars brighter than M b =−3.6. It was originally ident ...

                                               

Nu Andromedae

Nu Andromedae is a binary star in the constellation Andromeda. The system has an apparent visual magnitude of 4.5, which is bright enough to be seen with the naked eye. It is approximately 620 light-years from Earth. Situated just over a degree t ...

                                               

Omega Andromedae

Omega Andromedae is the Bayer designation for a slowly co-rotating binary star system in the northern constellation of Andromeda. Parallax measurements made during the Hipparcos mission make this system to be approximately 93.3 light-years from E ...

                                               

Omicron Andromedae

Omicron Andromedae is a star system in the constellation Andromeda. It is approximately 692 light years from Earth. The system as a whole is classified as a blue-white B-type giant, with a mean combined apparent magnitude of +3.62.

                                               

OP Andromedae

OP Andromedae is a variable star in the constellation Andromeda. Varying between magnitudes 6.27 and 6.41 over 2.36 days, it has been classified as an RS Canum Venaticorum variable, but there has not been any proof of binarity, yet. Its a red gia ...

                                               

OU Andromedae

OU Andromedae is a rotationally variable star in the constellation Andromeda. Varying between magnitudes 5.87 and 5.94, it has been classified as an FK Comae Berenices variable, but the classification is still uncertain. It has a spectral classif ...

                                               

Phi Andromedae

Phi Andromedae is the Bayer designation for a binary star system near the border of the northern constellation of Andromeda. This system has a combined apparent visual magnitude of 4.25 and is visible to the naked eye. Based upon parallax measure ...

                                               

Pi Andromedae

Pi Andromedae is the Bayer designation for a binary star system in the northern constellation of Andromeda. With an apparent visual magnitude of 4.4, it is visible to the naked eye. It is located approximately 600 light-years from Earth. The pair ...

                                               

Psi Andromedae

Psi Andromedae is the Bayer designation for a triple star system in the northern constellation of Andromeda. The combined apparent visual magnitude of this system is 4.95. Based upon parallax measurements, is roughly 1.000 light-years from Earth, ...

                                               

PX Andromedae

PX Andromedae is an eclipsing cataclysmic variable star in the constellation Andromeda. It has been classified as a SW Sextantis variable, and its apparent visual magnitude varies between 14.04 and 17.

                                               

QR Andromedae

QR Andromedae is an eclipsing binary star in the constellation Andromeda. Its maximum apparent visual magnitude is 12.16, but its light curve shows clearly eclipsing events where its brightness can drop to a magnitude of 13.07. This leads to its ...

                                               

QV Andromedae

QV Andromedae is an Alpha 2 Canum Venaticorum variable in the constellation Andromeda. Its maximum apparent visual magnitude is 6.6, so it can be seen by the naked eye under very favourable conditions. The brightness varies slightly following a p ...

                                               

QX Andromedae

QX Andromedae is an eclipsing binary in the constellation Andromeda. It varies from a maximum apparent visual magnitude of 11.28 to a minimum of 11.50. Since it is impossible to specify the onset time of the eclipses, it is classified as a W Ursa ...

                                               

R Andromedae

R Andromedae is a Mira-type variable star in the constellation Andromeda. Its spectral class is type S because it shows absorption bands of zirconium monoxide in its spectrum. It was among the stars found by Paul Merrill to show absorption lines ...

                                               

Rho Andromedae

Rho Andromedae is the Bayer designation for a star in the northern constellation of Andromeda. It has an apparent visual magnitude of +5.19, which, according to the Bortle Dark-Sky Scale, is bright enough to be seen with the naked eye from dark s ...

                                               

RT Andromedae

RT Andromedae is a variable star in the constellation of Andromeda. The system is estimated to be 322 light-years away. RT Andromedae is classified as a RS Canum Venaticorum variable, a type of close eclipsing binary star. It varies from an appar ...

                                               

RX Andromedae

RX Andromedae is a variable star in the constellation of Andromeda. Although it is classified as a dwarf nova of the Z Camelopardalis type, it has shown low-luminosity periods typical of VY Sculptoris stars. However, for most of the time it varie ...

                                               

Sigma Andromedae

Sigma Andromedae is the Bayer designation for a star in the northern constellation of Andromeda. It has an apparent visual magnitude of +4.5, which is bright enough to be seen with the naked eye from most locations. Parallax measurements made dur ...

                                               

SU Andromedae

SU Andromedae is a carbon star in the constellation of Andromeda. It is a variable star classified as a slow irregular pulsating supergiant, and varies from an apparent visual magnitude of 8.5 at minimum brightness to a magnitude of 8.0 at maximu ...

                                               

Tau Andromedae

Tau Andromedae is the Bayer designation for a star in the northern constellation of Andromeda. It has an apparent visual magnitude of +4.94, which is bright enough to be viewed from dark suburban skies. From parallax measurements made during the ...

                                               

Theta Andromedae

Theta Andromedae is the Bayer designation for a binary star in the constellation Andromeda. It is approximately 310 light-years from Earth, with a visual magnitude of 4.6. On the Bortle Dark-Sky Scale, this makes it visible to the naked eye from ...

                                               

TU Andromedae

TU Andromedae is a variable star of the Mira type in the constellation Andromeda. Like all the stars of this kind, TU And is a cool asymptotic giant branch star. It has a spectral type M5e. The period is stable at 316.8 days. The peak brightness, ...

                                               

TW Andromedae

TW Andromedae is an eclipsing binary star, classified also as an Algol variable star, in the constellation Andromeda. Its brightness varies with a period of 4.12 days, and has a typical brightness of magnitude 8.98 but decreasing down to a magnit ...

                                               

U Andromedae

U Andromedae is a variable star in the constellation of Andromeda, at a distance of approximately 2.200 ly. It is a star of spectral type M6e and it is classified as a Mira variable. U Andromedae is the variable star designation of this star. Its ...

                                               

V385 Andromedae

V385 Andromedae is a variable star in the constellation Andromeda, about 360 parsecs away. It is a red giant over a hundred times larger than the sun. It has an apparent magnitude around 6.4, just about visible to the naked eye in ideal condition ...

                                               

V455 Andromedae

V455 Andromedae is a dwarf nova in the constellation Andromeda. It has a typical apparent visual magnitude of 16.5, but reached a magnitude of 8.5 during the only observed outburst.

                                               

V529 Andromedae

V529 Andromedae, also known as HD 8801, is a variable star in the constellation of Andromeda. It has a 13th magnitude visual companion star 15" away, which is just a distant star on the same line of sight. It is also an Am star with a spectral cl ...

                                               

WASP-1b

The planets mass and radius indicate that it is a gas giant with a similar bulk composition to Jupiter. Unlike Jupiter, but similar to many other planets detected around other stars, WASP-1b is located very close to its star, and belongs to the c ...

                                               

WASP-33b

WASP-33b is an extrasolar planet orbiting the star HD 15082. It is the first planet discovered to orbit a Delta Scuti variable star. With a semimajor axis of 0.026 AU and a mass which is likely greater than Jupiter mass, it belongs to the hot Jup ...

                                               

WZ Andromedae

WZ Andromedae is an eclipsing binary star in the constellation Andromeda. Its maximum apparent visual magnitude is 11.6, but drops down to 12.00 during the main eclipse which occurs roughly every 16.7 hours.

                                               

Xi Andromedae

Xi Andromedae, officially named Adhil, is a solitary star in the northern constellation of Andromeda. It has an apparent magnitude of +4.9. Based on parallax measurements obtained during the Hipparcos mission, it lies at a distance of roughly 214 ...

                                               

XZ Andromedae

XZ Andromedae is a binary star in the constellation Andromeda. Its maximum apparent visual magnitude is 9.91, but drops down to 12.45 every 1.357 days. Its variability matches the behaviour of Algol variable stars.

                                               

Z Andromedae

Z Andromedae is a binary star system consisting of a red giant and a white dwarf. It is the prototype of a type of cataclysmic variable star known as symbiotic variable stars or simply Z Andromedae variables. The brightness of those stars varies ...

                                               

Alpha Antliae

Alpha Antliae is the brightest star in the constellation of Antlia but it has not been given a proper name. It is approximately 320 light-years from the Solar System. It is a K-type giant star with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.25. This star ...

                                               

Antlia Dwarf

The Antlia Dwarf is a dwarf spheroidal/irregular galaxy. It lies about 1.3 Mpc from Earth in the constellation Antlia. It is the fourth and faintest member of the nearby Antlia-Sextans Group of galaxies. The galaxy contains stars of all ages, con ...

                                               

BF Antliae

BF Antliae, or HD 86301, is a variable star in the southern constellation of Antlia. It has a baseline apparent visual magnitude of 6.32, which indicates it lies near the lower limit of visibility for faint stars. The distance to BF Ant, as deter ...

                                               

Delta Antliae

Delta Antliae is the Bayer designation for a binary star system in the southern constellation of Antlia. The combined apparent visual magnitude of the system is +5.57, allowing it to be viewed from the suburbs with the naked eye. Judging by the p ...

                                               

Epsilon Antliae

Epsilon Antliae is the Bayer designation for a star in the southern constellation of Antlia. The apparent visual magnitude of this star is +4.51, which means it is visible to the naked eye. From parallax measurements, the distance to this star is ...

                                               

Eta Antliae

Eta Antliae is the Bayer designation for a double star in the southern constellation of Antlia. The brighter component has an apparent visual magnitude of 5.222, making it visible to the naked eye. Parallax measurements of the system yield a dist ...

                                               

HD 93083 b

HD 93083 b is an extrasolar planet orbiting the K-type subgiant star HD 93083 in Antlia constellation. It is probably much less massive than Jupiter, although only the minimum mass is known. The planets mean distance from the star is about half t ...

                                               

HR 4049

HR 4049, also known as HD 89353 and AG Antliae, is a binary post-asymptotic-giant-branch star in the constellation Antlia. A very metal-poor star, it is surrounded by a thick unique circumbinary disk enriched in several molecules. With an apparen ...

                                               

Iota Antliae

Iota Antliae, Latinized from ι Antliae, is a single, orange-hued star in the southern constellation of Antlia. It has an apparent visual magnitude of +4.60, making it a faint naked eye star. From parallax measurements, the distance to this star c ...

                                               

S Antliae

S Antilia is classed as an A-type W Ursae Majoris variable, since the primary is hotter than the secondary and the drop in magnitude is caused by the latter passing in front of the former. S Antilia varies in apparent magnitude from 6.27 to 6.83 ...

                                               

T Antliae

T Antliae is a Classical Cepheid variable star that is between 10 and 12.000 light-years away from the Sun in the constellation of Antlia. A yellow-white supergiant with a spectral type of F6Iab, it ranges between apparent magnitude 8.86 and 9.76 ...

                                               

Theta Antliae

Theta Antliae is the Bayer designation for a binary star in the southern constellation of Antlia. The pair have a combined apparent visual magnitude of +4.78; the brighter component is magnitude +5.30 while the secondary is +6.18. Based upon para ...