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HD 210702 b

HD 210702 b is an exoplanet located approximately 177 light-years away in the constellation of Pegasus, orbiting the star HD 210702. This planet, together with HD 175541 b and HD 192699 b, are planets around intermediate mass stars that were anno ...

                                               

HD 219828 b

HD 219828 b is an extrasolar planet approximately 265 light years away in the constellation of Pegasus. This is a Neptune-mass planet at least 21 times more massive than Earth. The planets composition is unknown, but it may be similar to the ice ...

                                               

HN Pegasi

HN Pegasi is the variable star designation for a young, Sun-like star in the northern constellation of Pegasus. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 5.9, which, according to the Bortle scale, indicates that it is visible to the naked eye from s ...

                                               

HR 8799

HR 8799 is a roughly 30 million-year-old main-sequence star located 129 light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Pegasus. It has roughly 1.5 times the Suns mass and 4.9 times its luminosity. It is part of a system that also contains a ...

                                               

II Pegasi

II Pegasi is a binary star system in the constellation of Pegasus with an apparent magnitude of 7.4 and a distance of 130 light years. It is a very active RS Canum Venaticorum variable, a close binary system with active starspots. The primary II ...

                                               

IM Pegasi

IM Pegasi is a variable binary star system approximately 329 light-years away in the constellation of Pegasus. With an apparent magnitude of 5.7, it is visible to the naked eye. Increased public awareness of it is due to its use as the guide star ...

                                               

Iota Pegasi

ι Pegasi, Latinized as Iota Pegasi is a double-lined spectroscopic binary star system located within the northern constellation of Pegasus, along a line between Lambda and Kappa Pegasi. It is visible to the naked eye as a yellow-hued point of lig ...

                                               

Kappa Pegasi

Kappa Pegasi is a triple star system in the constellation Pegasus. It has an apparent brightness of +4.13 magnitude and belongs to the spectral class F5IV; a subgiant star. No proper name is associated to this star. This system consists of two co ...

                                               

Lambda Pegasi

Lambda Pegasi is a fourth-magnitude star in the constellation Pegasus. λ Pegasi is a yellow giant with stellar classification G8II-III. With a mass of 1.5 M ☉ and radius that is 28.5 R ☉, the star boasts a bolometric luminosity that is roughly 39 ...

                                               

LL Pegasi

LL Pegasi is a Mira variable star surrounded by a pinwheel-shaped nebula, IRAS 23166+1655, thought to be a preplanetary nebula. It is a binary system that includes an extreme carbon star. The pair is hidden by the dust cloud ejected from the carb ...

                                               

MT Pegasi

MT Pegasi is a single, yellow-hued star in the northern constellation of Pegasus. With an apparent visual magnitude of 6.616, it is a dim star that is at or below the nominal limit for visibility with the naked eye. Based upon an annual parallax ...

                                               

Mu Pegasi

Mu Pegasi, formally named Sadalbari, is a star in the northern constellation of Pegasus. The apparent visual magnitude of this star is 3.5, which is bright enough to be seen with the naked eye even on a moonlit night. Based upon parallax measurem ...

                                               

NGC 7332

NGC 7332 is an edge-on peculiar lenticular galaxy located about 67 million light-years away. It possesses a -shaped bulge, associated with stellar bar. NGC 7332 and NGC 7339 form a dynamically isolated binary system number 570 in the catalog of d ...

                                               

NGC 7772

NGC 7772 is collection of stars in the constellation Pegasus that were thought to be an open cluster. The stars were first recorded on October 7, 1825 by the British astronomer John Herschel. Gaia data shows stars in the area are unrelated

                                               

NGC 7773

NGC 7773 is a barred spiral galaxy located in the constellation of Pegasus at an approximate distance of 400 million light years. NGC 7773 was discovered on October 9, 1790 by William Herschel.

                                               

Nu Pegasi

ν Pegasi, Latinized as Nu Pegasi is a single star in the northern constellation of Pegasus. It is an orange-hued star that is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.84. The star is located approximately 261 light ...

                                               

Pease 1

Pease 1 is a planetary nebula located within the globular cluster M15 33.600 light years away in the constellation Pegasus. It was the first planetary nebula known to exist within a globular cluster when it was discovered in 1928, and just four m ...

                                               

Phi Pegasi

φ Pegasi, Latinised as Phi Pegasi, is a solitary, reddish hued star in the northern constellation of Pegasus. With an apparent visual magnitude of around 5.1, it is a faint star that can be seen with the naked eye. Based upon an annual parallax s ...

                                               

Pi2 Pegasi

π 2 Pegasi, Latinized as Pi 2 Pegasi, is a single star in the northern constellation Pegasus. It is yellow-white in hue and visible to the naked eye as a faint point of light with an apparent visual magnitude of +4.28. The distance to this object ...

                                               

Psi Pegasi

Psi Pegasi, which is Latinized from ψ Pegasi, is a binary star system within the great square in the northern constellation of Pegasus. It has a red hue and is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.66. This objec ...

                                               

S Pegasi

S Pegasi is a Mira variable star in the constellation Pegasus. It varies between magnitude 7 and 13 with a period of 319.22 days. It is believed to be pulsating in the first overtone. First overtone pulsators have masses less than 1.8 M ☉ at a te ...

                                               

Sigma Pegasi

σ Pegasi, Latinised as Sigma Pegasi, is a binary star system in the northern constellation of Pegasus. With a combined apparent visual magnitude of 5.16, it is faintly visible to the naked eye. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 36.66 mas as ...

                                               

Tau Pegasi

τ Pegasi Latinised to Tau Pegasi is the stars Bayer designation. The star bore the traditional names Salm, Kerb or El Khereb and Markab often spelled Markeb, a name shared with Alpha Pegasi, k Puppis and Kappa Velorum. In 2016, the IAU organized ...

                                               

Theta Pegasi

θ Pegasi, Latinized as Theta Pegasi, is a single star in the equatorial constellation of Pegasus, lying about 7.5 degrees southwest of Enif. It has the traditional name Biham, and the Flamsteed designation 26 Pegasi. This object is visible to the ...

                                               

Upsilon Pegasi

Upsilon Pegasi, Latinised from υ Pegasi, is a star within the great square in the northern constellation of Pegasus. It has the proper name Alkarab. This object has a yellow-white hue and is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent magni ...

                                               

V391 Pegasi

V391 Pegasi, also catalogued as HS 2201+2610, is a blue-white subdwarf star approximately 4.000 light-years away in the constellation of Pegasus. The star is classified as an "extreme horizontal branch star". It is small, with only half the mass ...

                                               

V391 Pegasi b

V391 Pegasi b, also known as HS 2201+2610 b, is an extrasolar planet candidate orbiting the star V391 Pegasi approximately 4.570 light-years away in the constellation of Pegasus. The candidate planet was discovered by means of variable star timin ...

                                               

WASP-10

WASP-10 is a star in the constellation Pegasus. The SuperWASP project has observed and classified this star as a variable star, perhaps due to the eclipsing planet.

                                               

WASP-10b

WASP-10b is an extrasolar planet discovered in 2008 by SuperWASP using the transit method. Follow-up radial velocity observations showed that it is three times more massive than Jupiter, while the transit observations showed that its radius is 8% ...

                                               

Xi Pegasi

Xi Pegasi is the Bayer designation for a double star in the northern constellation of Pegasus, the winged horse. Located in the horses neck, the primary component is an F-type main sequence star that is visible to the naked eye with an apparent v ...

                                               

Zeta Pegasi

Zeta Pegasi, formally named Homam, is a single star in the northern constellation of Pegasus. With an apparent visual magnitude of +3.4, this star is bright enough to be seen with the naked eye and is one of the brighter members of Pegasus. Paral ...

                                               

1 Persei

1 Persei is an eclipsing binary star in the constellation Perseus. Its uneclipsed apparent magnitude is 5.49. The binary star consists of two B2 type main-sequence stars in a 25.9 day eccentric orbit. The stars are surrounded by a faint cloud of ...

                                               

2 Persei

2 Persei is a binary star system in the northern constellation Perseus, located around 500 light years away from the Sun. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, blue-white hued star with an apparent visual magnitude is 5.70. The system is mov ...

                                               

3 Persei

3 Persei is a single, orange-hued star in the northern constellation of Perseus. It is dimly visible to the naked eye under good viewing conditions, having an apparent visual magnitude of 5.70 The star is located around 75 parsecs distant, based ...

                                               

4 Persei

4 Persei is a single star in the northern constellation of Perseus, located around 670 light years away from the Sun. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, blue-white hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.04 The Bayer designation ...

                                               

5 Persei

5 Persei is a star in the northern constellation of Perseus located around 2.950 parsecs away from the Sun. It is part of the Perseus OB1 stellar association and lies near the Double Cluster. This object is near the lower limit of visibility to t ...

                                               

7 Persei

7 Persei is a star in the constellation Perseus, located 774 light years away from the Sun. While the star bears the Bayer designation Chi Persei, it is not to be confused with the entire cluster NGC 884, commonly referred to as Chi Persei. It is ...

                                               

8 Persei

8 Persei is a single star in the northern constellation of Perseus, located 416 light years away from the Sun. It is visible to the naked eye as a dim, orange-hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.757. There is an estimated 52% chance ...

                                               

9 Persei

9 Persei is a single variable star in the northern constellation Perseus, located around 4.300 light years away from the Sun. It has the Bayer designation i Persei ; 9 Persei is the Flamsteed designation. This body is visible to the naked eye as ...

                                               

10 Persei

10 Persei is a blue supergiant star in the constellation Perseus. Its apparent magnitude is 6.26 although it is slightly variable. 10 Persei is located around 3.333 parsecs 10.870 ly distant in the Perseus OB1 stellar association. It lies close t ...

                                               

11 Persei

11 Persei is a single star in the constellation of Perseus, located about 418 light years away from the Sun. It is visible to the naked eye as a dim, blue-white hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.76. This is a chemically peculiar me ...

                                               

12 Persei

12 Persei is a double-lined spectroscopic binary star system in the northern constellation Perseus. Its combined apparent magnitude is 4.94, which means it can be viewed with the naked eye. Based upon parallax measurements, this system is about 7 ...

                                               

14 Persei

14 Persei is a binary star in the northern constellation Perseus, located roughly 1.900 light years away from the Sun. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, yellow-hued star with an apparent visual magnitude is 5.43. The object is slowly mov ...

                                               

16 Persei

16 Persei is a single, suspected variable star in the northern constellation of Perseus, located approximately 121 light years away based on parallax. It is visible to the naked eye as a yellow-white hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of ...

                                               

17 Persei

17 Persei is a single star in the northern constellation of Perseus, located about 390 light years away from the Sun. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, orange-hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.53. This object is moving fur ...

                                               

20 Persei

20 Persei is a visual binary star in the northern constellation of Perseus, a few degrees from Pi Persei. It is visible to the naked eye as a dim, yellow-white hued point of light with a combined apparent visual magnitude of 5.343. The system is ...

                                               

21 Persei

21 Persei is a single, variable star in the northern constellation of Perseus, located about 331 light years away from the Sun. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, white-hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.10 km/s. The object ...

                                               

24 Persei

24 Persei is a star in the northern constellation of Perseus, located around 337 light years from the Sun. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, orange-hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.94. The object is moving closer to the E ...

                                               

29 Persei

29 Persei is a single star in the northern constellation of Perseus, located approximately 640 light years away from the Sun based on parallax. It is visible to the naked eye as faint, blue-white hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.1 ...

                                               

30 Persei

30 Persei is a binary star system in the northern constellation Perseus. It is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.49. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 4.46 ± 0.39 mas, is located roughly 730 light years ...