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Nu Serpentis

ν Serpentis, Latinized as Nu Serpentis, is a solitary star in the Serpens Cauda section of the equatorial constellation of Serpens. It is a white-hued star that is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.32. Based ...

                                               

Omega Serpentis

Omega Serpentis is a solitary star within the Serpens Caput part of the equatorial constellation of Serpens. It is visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of +5.22. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 11.93 mas as seen from ...

                                               

Omicron Serpentis

Omicron Serpentis is a solitary star in the Serpens Cauda section of the equatorial constellation Serpens. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 18.83 mas as seen from Earth, it is located around 173 light years from the Sun. The star is visible ...

                                               

Phi Serpentis

Phi Serpentis is a solitary star in the Serpens Caput portion of the equatorial constellation Serpens. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 13.52 mas as seen from Earth, it is located about 241 light years distant. The star is faintly visible t ...

                                               

Pi Serpentis

Pi Serpentis, Latinized from π Serpentis, is a solitary white-hued star in the constellation Serpens, located in its head, Serpens Caput. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 18.22 mas as seen from Earth, it is located around 179 light years fr ...

                                               

Psi Serpentis

Psi Serpentis is a triple star system within the Serpens Caput part of the equatorial constellation Serpens. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 68.22 mas as seen from Earth, it is located approximately 47.8 light years from the Sun. This syst ...

                                               

PSR J1719−1438 b

PSR J1719−1438 b is an extrasolar planet that was discovered on August 25, 2011 in orbit around PSR J1719−1438, a millisecond pulsar. The pulsar planet is most likely composed largely of crystalline carbon, but with a density far greater than dia ...

                                               

R Serpentis

R Serpentis is a Mira variable type star in the equatorial constellation of Serpens. It ranges between apparent magnitude 5.16 and 14.4, and spectral types M5e to M8e, over a period of 356.41 days. The variability of this star was discovered in 1 ...

                                               

Red Square Nebula

The Red Square Nebula is a celestial object located in the area of the sky occupied by star MWC 922 in the constellation Serpens. The first images of this bipolar nebula, taken using the Mt. Palomar Hale telescope in California, were released in ...

                                               

Rho Serpentis

Rho Serpentis, Latinized from ρ Serpentis, is a single star in the Caput section of the equatorial Serpens constellation. It has an orange hue and is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of +4.78. The distance to thi ...

                                               

Sh2-54

Sh2-54 is an extended bright nebula in the constellation of Serpens. In its core there are many protostars and many infrared sources; some of these sources, like IRAS 18151−1208, are most probably very young high-mass stars. The older star popula ...

                                               

Sigma Serpentis

Sigma Serpentis, Latinized from σ Serpentis, is a star in the equatorial constellation Serpens. It is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of +4.82. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 36.67 mas as seen from Earth ...

                                               

Tau1 Serpentis

Tau 1 Serpentis, Latinized from τ 1 Serpentis, is a single star in the Caput segment of the equatorial constellation of Serpens. It is a red hued star that is dimly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.16. Based upon pa ...

                                               

Tau2 Serpentis

Tau 2 Serpentis, Latinized from τ 2 Serpentis, is a star in the constellation of Serpens, located approximately 480 light-years from the Sun. It is a challenge to view with the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of 6.22. The star is d ...

                                               

Tau3 Serpentis

Tau 3 Serpentis, Latinized from τ 3 Serpentis, is a G-type giant star in the constellation of Serpens. It is approximately 410 light-years from Earth. It has an apparent visual magnitude of approximately 6.108.

                                               

Tau4 Serpentis

Tau 4 Serpentis, Latinized from τ 4 Serpentis, is a M-type bright giant star in the constellation of Serpens, approximately 520 light-years from the Earth. It is classified as a semiregular late-type variable star, and its magnitude varies betwee ...

                                               

Tau5 Serpentis

Tau 5 Serpentis, Latinized from τ 5 Serpentis, is a F-type main sequence star in the constellation of Serpens, approximately 160 light-years from Earth. It has an apparent visual magnitude of approximately 5.938.

                                               

Tau6 Serpentis

Tau 6 Serpentis, Latinized from τ 6 Serpentis, is a G-type giant star in the constellation of Serpens, approximately 450 light-years from the Earth. It has an apparent visual magnitude of approximately 6.000, and is a member of the Ursa Major Stream.

                                               

Tau7 Serpentis

Tau 7 Serpentis, Latinized from τ 7 Serpentis, is an A-type star in the constellation of Serpens, approximately 174 light-years from the Earth. It has an apparent visual magnitude of approximately 5.804.

                                               

Tau8 Serpentis

Tau 8 Serpentis, Latinized from τ 8 Serpentis, is an A-type main sequence star in the constellation of Serpens, approximately 320 light-years from the Earth. It has an apparent visual magnitude of approximately 6.144. Although it was observed to ...

                                               

Theta Serpentis

Theta Serpentis is a triple star system in the constellation of Serpens. It consists of a binary pair designated Theta Serpentis AB and whose two components are designated Theta¹ Serpentis or Theta Serpentis A officially named Alya, the tradition ...

                                               

W Serpentis

W Serpentis is a multiple star in the constellation Serpens. The system varies between apparent magnitudes 8.42 and 10.2 over a period of just over 14 days, too faint to be seen with the unaided eye. This is mainly due to the system being an ecli ...

                                               

Xi Serpentis

Xi Serpentis, Latinized from ξ Serpentis, is a triple star system in the Serpens Cauda section of the equatorial constellation Serpens. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 30.98 mas as seen from Earth, it is located 105.3 light years from the ...

                                               

Zeta Serpentis

Zeta Serpentis, Latinized from ζ Serpentis, is the Bayer designation for a single, yellow-white hued star in the equatorial constellation of Serpens. It is visible to the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of 4.6. Based upon an annual ...

                                               

24 Sextantis

24 Sextantis, often abbreviated as 24 Sex, is the Flamsteed designation of a 7th-magnitude star located approximately 236 light years away in the constellation of Sextans. At an apparent visual magnitude of 6.61, this star can only be viewed from ...

                                               

Alpha Sextantis

Alpha Sextantis is the brightest star in the equatorial constellation of Sextans. It is visible to the naked eye on a dark night with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.49. The distance to this star, as determined from parallax measurements, is ar ...

                                               

BD–08 2823

BD-08°2823 is a 9.86 magnitude K-type main sequence star located approximately 135 light years away in the constellation Sextans. This star is smaller, cooler, fainter, and less massive than the Sun. Also its metal content is six-sevenths as much ...

                                               

BD-08°2823 b

BD-08°2823 b is an extrasolar planet which orbits the K-type main-sequence star BD-08°2823, located approximately 135 light-years away in the constellation Sextans. This planet has at least 14 times the mass of Earth and takes four fifths of a we ...

                                               

BD-08°2823 c

BD-08°2823 c is an extrasolar planet which orbits the K-type main sequence star BD-08°2823, located approximately 135 light years away in the constellation Sextans. This planet has at least one-thirds the mass of Jupiter and takes 7.8 months to o ...

                                               

Beta Sextantis

Beta Sextantis, Latinized from β Sextantis, is a variable star in the equatorial constellation of Sextans. With an apparent visual magnitude of 5.07, it is faintly visible to the naked eye on a dark night. According to the Bortle scale, it can be ...

                                               

Delta Sextantis

Delta Sextantis is a solitary star in the equatorial constellation of Sextans. With an annual parallax shift of 10.13 mas, it lies at a distance of around 322 light years from the Sun. This star is faintly visible to the naked eye, having an appa ...

                                               

Epsilon Sextantis

Epsilon Sextantis is a solitary star in the equatorial constellation Sextans. With an apparent visual magnitude of 5.24, it is faintly visible to the naked eye on a dark night. The distance to this star, based upon an annual parallax shift of 16. ...

                                               

Gamma Sextantis

Gamma Sextantis, Latinized as γ Sextantis, is a binary star system in the equatorial constellation of Sextans. The combined apparent visual magnitude of the system is 5.05, which means it is faintly visible to the naked eye. The annual parallax s ...

                                               

Gliese 393

Gliese 393 is a red dwarf star in the constellation Sextans. At apparent magnitude 9.65, it is much too faint to be seen with the unaided eye. A small star, it has around 41% the mass and radius of the Sun, but only 2.35% its luminosity.

                                               

HD 92788 b

HD 92788 b is an exoplanet located approximately 113 light-years away in the constellation of Sextans, orbiting the star HD 92788. The semimajor axis of this 3.68 Jupiter mass planet is 0.97 astronomical units, taking approximately 326 days to re ...

                                               

HD 93833

HD 93833 is a star in the constellation of Sextans. Its apparent magnitude is 5.842, but interstellar dust makes it appear 0.202 magnitudes dimmer than it should be. It is located some 340 light-years away, based on parallax. HD 93833 is a K-type ...

                                               

K2-239

K2-239 is a small red dwarf star in the constellation Sextans, about 49 parsecs away from Earth. Observed by the Kepler Space Telescope during Campaign 14 of its K2 "Second Light" mission, it was found to have three hot, likely rocky Earth-sized ...

                                               

PG 1047+003

PG 1047+003 is a post-AGB blue-white subdwarf star, located in the constellation of Sextans. The star is classed as member of the V361 Hydrae type class of pulsators in the field of asteroseismology. No additional stellar companion has been detec ...

                                               

Santamasa

HD 86081 b or Santamasa, meaning clouded in Sanskrit, is a gas giant exoplanet that orbits close to its host star HD 86081 or Bibha, completing its orbit in only 2.1375 days. With such a short orbit it belongs to the class of exoplanets known as ...

                                               

Sextans A

Sextans A is a tiny dwarf irregular galaxy. It spans about 5000 light-years across, and is located at 4.3 million light-years away, in the outskirts of the Local Group of galaxies, which includes the Milky Way galaxy, and to which Sextans A may o ...

                                               

WASP-43b

WASP-43b is a transiting planet in orbit around the young, active, and low-mass star WASP-43 in the constellation Sextans. The planet is a Hot Jupiter with a mass twice that of Jupiter, but with a roughly equal radius. WASP-43b was flagged as a c ...

                                               

Y Sextantis

Y Sextantis is a W Ursae Majoris variable eclipsing contact binary star system located roughly at 360 light years from the Sun, whose two component stars share a common outer layer. Because the two components share their outer layers as the compo ...

                                               

5 Tauri

5 Tauri is a binary star in the zodiac constellation of Taurus, located approximately 530 light years from the Sun. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint orange-hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of +4.14. It is moving further from t ...

                                               

10 Tauri

10 Tauri is a single star in the zodiac constellation of Taurus. It can be seen with the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of 4.29. An annual parallax shift of 71.62 mas provides a distance estimate of 45.5 light years. It is moving ...

                                               

18 Tauri

18 Tauri is a single star in the zodiac constellation of Taurus, located 444 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 5.66. The star is moving further from ...

                                               

21 Tauri

21 Tauri, formally known as Asterope, is a component of the Asterope double star in the Pleiades open cluster. 21 Tauri is the stars Flamsteed designation. This star is potentially faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitud ...

                                               

22 Tauri

22 Tauri is a component of the Asterope double star in the Pleiades open cluster. 22 Tauri is the stars Flamsteed designation. It is situated near the ecliptic and thus is subject to lunar occultation. The star has an apparent visual magnitude of ...

                                               

32 Tauri

32 Tauri is the Flamsteed designation for a solitary star in the zodiac constellation of Taurus. It has a visual magnitude of 5.64, making it visible to the naked eye from suburban skies. The position of this star near the ecliptic plane means th ...

                                               

36 Tauri

36 Tauri is a binary star in the constellation of Taurus. Parallax measurements made by the Hipparcos spacecraft put it at a distance of over 1.000 light years from Earth. The combined apparent magnitude of the system is about 5.5, meaning it can ...

                                               

37 Tauri

37 Tauri is a single, orange-hued star in the zodiac constellation of Taurus. It can be seen with the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of 4.36. A magnitude 10.01 visual companion has an angular separation of 134.30″ on a position an ...