List of stars in Andromeda
This is the list of notable stars in the constellation Andromeda, sorted by decreasing brightness.
Name  B  F  Var  HD  HIP  RA  Dec  vis. mag. 
abs. mag. 
Dist. (ly)  Sp. class  Notes  

α And  α^{[1]}  21  358  677  00^{h} 08^{m} 23.17^{s}  +29° 05′ 27.0″  2.07  −0.30  97  B9p  Alpheratz, Sirrah; α² CVn variable, ΔV = 0.04^{m}, P = 0.966222 d; spectroscopic binary  
β And  β  43  6860  5447  01^{h} 09^{m} 43.80^{s}  +35° 37′ 15.0″  2.07  −1.86  199  M0IIIvar  Mirach; variable  
γ^{1} And  γ^{1}  57  12533  9640  02^{h} 03^{m} 53.92^{s}  +42° 19′ 47.5″  2.10  −3.08  355  K3IIb  Almach; quadruple star system  
δ And  δ  31  3627  3092  00^{h} 39^{m} 19.60^{s}  +30° 51′ 40.4″  3.27  0.81  101  K3III...  spectroscopic binary; suspected variable  
Andromeda Galaxy  (n)^{[2]}  33  00^{h} 42^{m} 44.31^{s}  +41° 16′ 09.4″  3.44^{[3]} (nebulous) 
2540000  BD+40°148; naked eye spiral galaxy in the Local group  
51 And  ^{[4]}^{[5]}  51  9927  7607  01^{h} 37^{m} 59.50^{s}  +48° 37′ 42.6″  3.59  −0.04  174  K3III  Nembus; multiple star  
ο And  ο  1  217675  113726  23^{h} 01^{m} 55.25^{s}  +42° 19′ 33.5″  3.62  −3.01  692  B6pv SB  quadruple star system; γ Cas variable, V_{max} = 3.55^{m}, V_{min} = 3.78^{m}  
λ And  λ  16  222107  116584  23^{h} 37^{m} 33.71^{s}  +46° 27′ 33.0″  3.81  1.75  84  G8IIIIV  RS CVn variable, V_{max} = 3.65^{m}, V_{min} = 4.05^{m}, P = 53.95 d  
μ And  μ  37  5448  4436  00^{h} 56^{m} 45.10^{s}  +38° 29′ 57.3″  3.86  0.75  136  A5V  multiple star  
ζ And  ζ  34  4502  3693  00^{h} 47^{m} 20.39^{s}  +24° 16′ 02.6″  4.08  0.35  181  K1II  β Lyr/RS CVn variable, V_{max} = 3.92^{m}, V_{min} = 4.14^{m}, P = 17.7696 d  
υ And  ^{[6]}^{[7]}  50  9826  7513  01^{h} 36^{m} 47.98^{s}  +41° 24′ 23.0″  4.10  3.45  44  F8V  Titawin,^{[8]} has four planets (b, c, d & e)  
κ And  κ  19  222439  116805  23^{h} 40^{m} 24.44^{s}  +44° 20′ 02.3″  4.15  0.57  170  B9IVn  triple star, has a planet (b)  
φ And  φ  42  6811  5434  01^{h} 09^{m} 30.12^{s}  +47° 14′ 30.6″  4.26  −2.51  736  B7III  emissionline star  
ι And  ι  17  222173  116631  23^{h} 38^{m} 08.18^{s}  +43° 16′ 05.1″  4.29  −1.65  502  B8V  Keff al Salsalat, Manus Catenata^{[9]}  
π And  π  29  3369  2912  00^{h} 36^{m} 52.84^{s}  +33° 43′ 09.7″  4.34  −2.18  656  B5V  spectroscopic binary; suspected variable  
ε And  ε  30  3546  3031  00^{h} 38^{m} 33.50^{s}  +29° 18′ 44.5″  4.34  0.77  169  G5III...  
η And  η  38  5516  4463  00^{h} 57^{m} 12.43^{s}  +23° 25′ 03.9″  4.40  0.04  243  G8IIIIV  spectroscopic binary  
σ And  σ  25  1404  1473  00^{h} 18^{m} 19.71^{s}  +36° 47′ 07.2″  4.51  1.33  141  A2V  suspected variable  
ν And  ν  35  4727  3881  00^{h} 49^{m} 48.83^{s}  +41° 04′ 44.2″  4.53  −2.06  679  B5V SB  spectroscopic binary  
7 And  7  219080  114570  23^{h} 12^{m} 32.92^{s}  +49° 24′ 21.5″  4.53  2.58  80  F0V  
θ And  θ  24  1280  1366  00^{h} 17^{m} 05.54^{s}  +38° 40′ 54.0″  4.61  0.16  253  A2V  suspected variable  
3 And  3  218031  113919  23^{h} 04^{m} 10.83^{s}  +50° 03′ 06.1″  4.64  0.94  179  K0III  
65 And  65  14872  11313  02^{h} 25^{m} 37.40^{s}  +50° 16′ 43.2″  4.73  −0.39  345  K4III  triple star  
58 And  58  13041  9977  02^{h} 08^{m} 29.15^{s}  +37° 51′ 33.1″  4.78  0.86  198  A5IVV  
8 And  8  219734  115022  23^{h} 17^{m} 44.62^{s}  +49° 00′ 55.0″  4.82  −1.69  655  M2III  suspected variable  
ω And  ω^{[10]}  48  8799  6813  01^{h} 27^{m} 39.09^{s}  +45° 24′ 25.0″  4.83  2.57  92  F5IV  
γ^{2} And  γ^{2}  57  12534  02^{h} 03^{m} 54.70^{s}  +42° 19′ 51.0″  4.84  0.3  350  B8V  component of the γ And system; triple star system  
60 And  b  60  13520  10340  02^{h} 13^{m} 13.34^{s}  +44° 13′ 54.1″  4.84  −1.32  556  K4III  suspected variable  
ξ And  ξ^{[10]}  46  8207  6411  01^{h} 22^{m} 20.39^{s}  +45° 31′ 43.5″  4.87  0.98  195  K0IIIIV  Adhil  
τ And  τ  53  10205  7818  01^{h} 40^{m} 34.80^{s}  +40° 34′ 37.6″  4.96  −1.64  681  B8III  suspected variable  
41 H. And  υ^{[11]}  10307  7918  01^{h} 41^{m} 46.52^{s}  +42° 36′ 49.7″  4.96  4.45  41  G2V  spectroscopic binary  
ψ And  ψ  20  223047  117221  23^{h} 46^{m} 02.04^{s}  +46° 25′ 13.0″  4.97  −3.05  1309  G5Ib  multiple star  
22 And  22  571  841  00^{h} 10^{m} 19.24^{s}  +46° 04′ 20.2″  5.01  −2.44  1006  F2II  
χ And  χ^{[12]}  52  10072  7719  01^{h} 39^{m} 21.02^{s}  +44° 23′ 10.1″  5.01  0.66  242  G8III...  
41 And  (d)^{[13]}  41  6658  5317  01^{h} 08^{m} 00.72^{s}  +43° 56′ 32.1″  5.04  1.14  196  A3m  
2 And  2  217782  113788  23^{h} 02^{m} 36.34^{s}  +42° 45′ 28.1″  5.09  −0.06  349  A3Vn  multiple star  
V428 And  V428  3346  2900  00^{h} 36^{m} 46.47^{s}  +44° 29′ 18.6″  5.14  −1.38  656  K5III  semiregular variable, ΔV = 0.06^{m}, P = 11.5 d; has a possible planetary system  
ρ And  ρ  27  1671  1686  00^{h} 21^{m} 07.23^{s}  +37° 58′ 07.3″  5.16  1.71  160  F5III  
HD 2421  2421  2225  00^{h} 28^{m} 13.59^{s}  +44° 23′ 40.2″  5.18  0.63  265  A2Vs  spectroscopic binary  
64 And  64  14770  11220  02^{h} 24^{m} 24.89^{s}  +50° 00′ 23.9″  5.19  −0.11  375  G8III  
GN And  28  GN  2628  2355  00^{h} 30^{m} 07.34^{s}  +29° 45′ 06.1″  5.20  1.43  185  A7III  lowamplitude δ Sct variable, ΔV = 0.05^{m}, P = 0.0693041 d  
14 And  14  221345  116076  23^{h} 31^{m} 17.20^{s}  +39° 14′ 11.0″  5.22  0.80  249  K0III  Veritate,^{[8]} suspected variable; has a planet (b)  
49 And  A^{[14]}  49  9057  6999  01^{h} 30^{m} 06.10^{s}  +47° 00′ 26.6″  5.27  0.53  290  K0III  
32 And  32  3817  3231  00^{h} 41^{m} 07.20^{s}  +39° 27′ 31.2″  5.30  0.18  344  G8III  
4 And  4  218452  114200  23^{h} 07^{m} 39.28^{s}  +46° 23′ 14.3″  5.30  0.20  342  K5III  double star  
6 Per  ^{[15]}  (6)^{[16]}  13530  10366  02^{h} 13^{m} 36.02^{s}  +51° 03′ 58.4″  5.31  1.38  199  G8III:var  spectroscopic binary; suspected variable  
62 And  c  62  14212  10819  02^{h} 19^{m} 16.85^{s}  +47° 22′ 48.0″  5.31  0.84  255  A1V  
18 And  18  222304  116709  23^{h} 39^{m} 08.35^{s}  +50° 28′ 18.3″  5.35  −0.04  390  B9V  
55 And  55  11428  8814  01^{h} 53^{m} 17.35^{s}  +40° 43′ 47.3″  5.42  −0.67  540  K1III  double star  
11 And  11  219945  115152  23^{h} 19^{m} 29.79^{s}  +48° 37′ 30.7″  5.44  0.43  328  K0III  
3421  2942  00^{h} 37^{m} 21.23^{s}  +35° 23′ 58.2″  5.45  −2.03  1022  G5III  
36 And  36  5286  4288  00^{h} 54^{m} 58.02^{s}  +23° 37′ 42.4″  5.46  2.51  127  K1IV  suspected variable  
V340 And  15  V340  221756  116354  23^{h} 34^{m} 37.55^{s}  +40° 14′ 11.6″  5.55  1.28  233  A1III  lowamplitude δ Sct variable, ΔV = 0.007^{m}  
PZ And  63  PZ  14392  10944  02^{h} 20^{m} 58.17^{s}  +50° 09′ 05.5″  5.57  0.38  356  B9p Si  α^{2} CVn variable, ΔV = 0.05^{m}, P = 4.189 d  
47 And  47  8374  6514  01^{h} 23^{m} 40.56^{s}  +37° 42′ 54.0″  5.60  1.54  211  A1m  
10204  7825  01^{h} 40^{m} 39.56^{s}  +43° 17′ 51.9″  5.63  1.05  268  A9IV:  
44 And  44  6920  5493  01^{h} 10^{m} 18.85^{s}  +42° 04′ 53.7″  5.67  2.06  172  F8V  
5 And  5  218470  114210  23^{h} 07^{m} 45.25^{s}  +49° 17′ 43.6″  5.68  3.02  111  F5V  
HD 5788  5788  4675  01^{h} 00^{m} 03.55^{s}  +44° 42′ 47.9″  5.69  0.14  420  A2Vn  binary star with HD 5789  
56 And  56  11749  9021  01^{h} 56^{m} 09.23^{s}  +37° 15′ 06.5″  5.69  0.73  320  G8III...  multiple star  
23 And  23  905  1086  00^{h} 13^{m} 30.94^{s}  +41° 02′ 08.6″  5.71  2.99  114  F0IV  
HD 16028  16028  12072  02^{h} 35^{m} 38.74^{s}  +37° 18′ 44.2″  5.72  −0.86  676  K4III  triple star  
V388 And  13  V388  220885  115755  23^{h} 27^{m} 07.33^{s}  +42° 54′ 43.1″  5.75  0.97  294  B9III  α^{2} CVn variable, V_{max} = 5.73^{m}, V_{min} = 5.77^{m}, P = 1.47931 d  
12 And  12  220117  115280  23^{h} 20^{m} 53.17^{s}  +38° 10′ 56.9″  5.77  2.63  138  F5V  triple star  
1632  1657  00^{h} 20^{m} 45.54^{s}  +32° 54′ 40.4″  5.79  −0.69  646  K5III  
45 And  45  7019  5550  01^{h} 11^{m} 10.29^{s}  +37° 43′ 26.9″  5.80  −1.44  916  B7IIIIV  double star  
HD 14622  14622  11090  02^{h} 22^{m} 50.36^{s}  +41° 23′ 47.5″  5.81  2.44  154  F0IIIIV  has two optical companions  
10 And  10  219981  115191  23^{h} 19^{m} 52.38^{s}  +42° 04′ 40.9″  5.81  −0.30  542  M0III  
HD 222109  222109  116582  23^{h} 37^{m} 32.03^{s}  +44° 25′ 44.5″  5.81  −1.20  823  B8V  double star  
HD 224635  224635  118281  23^{h} 59^{m} 29.33^{s}  +33° 43′ 26.9″  5.81  3.50  95  F8  multiple star  
OU And  OU  223460  117503  23^{h} 49^{m} 40.96^{s}  +36° 25′ 31.4″  5.86  0.21  440  G1IIIe  FK Com variable, ΔV = 0.07^{m}, P = 24.2 d  
1439  1493  00^{h} 18^{m} 38.22^{s}  +31° 31′ 02.0″  5.88  −0.23  543  A0IV  
HD 2767  2767  2475  00^{h} 31^{m} 25.61^{s}  +33° 34′ 54.1″  5.88  0.10  467  K1III...  binary star  
HD 1606  1606  1630  00^{h} 20^{m} 24.39^{s}  +30° 56′ 08.2″  5.89  −0.37  582  B7V  suspected variable  
11727  9001  01^{h} 55^{m} 54.47^{s}  +37° 16′ 40.1″  5.89  −1.52  991  K5III  optical component of 56 And  
KK And  KK  9531  7321  01^{h} 34^{m} 16.60^{s}  +37° 14′ 13.9″  5.90  0.50  392  B8Vp(Si)  α^{2} CVn variable, ΔV = 0.012^{m}, P = 0.6684 d  
16176  12181  02^{h} 36^{m} 57.08^{s}  +38° 44′ 02.3″  5.91  2.24  177  F5V  
6 And  6  218804  114430  23^{h} 10^{m} 27.36^{s}  +43° 32′ 41.1″  5.91  3.65  112  F5V  Astrometric binary  
10975  8423  01^{h} 48^{m} 38.84^{s}  +37° 57′ 10.6″  5.94  1.06  308  K0III  
39 And  39  6116  4903  01^{h} 02^{m} 54.28^{s}  +41° 20′ 42.7″  5.95  0.84  344  A5m  double star  
8671  6711  01^{h} 26^{m} 18.60^{s}  +43° 27′ 28.4″  5.98  2.90  135  F7V  
AN And  9  AN  219815  115065  23^{h} 18^{m} 23.33^{s}  +41° 46′ 25.3″  5.98  0.17  472  A7m  β Lyr variable, V_{max} = 5.96^{m}, V_{min} = 6.11^{m}, P = 3.21952 d  
HD 5608  5608  4552  00^{h} 58^{m} 14.19^{s}  +33° 57′ 03.8″  5.99  2.17  190  K0  has a transiting planet (b)  
224165  117956  23^{h} 55^{m} 33.48^{s}  +47° 21′ 21.0″  6.01  −2.46  1614  G8Ib  
224342  118071  23^{h} 57^{m} 03.63^{s}  +42° 39′ 29.7″  6.01  −2.22  1442  F8III  
4335  3604  00^{h} 46^{m} 10.80^{s}  +44° 51′ 41.4″  6.03  0.32  452  B9.5IIIMNp.  
13594  10403  02^{h} 14^{m} 02.53^{s}  +47° 29′ 03.8″  6.05  2.96  135  F5V  
HD 3883  3883  3269  00^{h} 41^{m} 35.98^{s}  +24° 37′ 44.6″  6.06  0.30  462  A7m  suspected variable  
V439 And  V439  166  544  00^{h} 06^{m} 36.53^{s}  +29° 01′ 19.0″  6.07  5.39  45  K0V  BY Draconis variable, ΔV = 0.04^{m}, P = 6.23 d  
5118  4185  00^{h} 53^{m} 28.22^{s}  +37° 25′ 05.9″  6.07  0.77  374  K3III:  
221293  116030  23^{h} 30^{m} 39.54^{s}  +38° 39′ 44.0″  6.07  −0.33  621  G9III  
HD 223229  223229  117340  23^{h} 47^{m} 33.05^{s}  +46° 49′ 57.3″  6.08  −1.96  1320  B3IV  suspected variable  
225239  394  00^{h} 04^{m} 53.21^{s}  +34° 39′ 34.4″  6.09  3.26  120  G2V  
59 And A  59  13294  10176  02^{h} 10^{m} 52.83^{s}  +39° 02′ 22.5″  6.09  1.56  263  B9V  binary star  
26 And  26  1438  1501  00^{h} 18^{m} 42.15^{s}  +43° 47′ 28.1″  6.10  −0.53  692  B8V  double star  
5526  4501  00^{h} 57^{m} 39.64^{s}  +45° 50′ 21.8″  6.10  0.45  439  K2III  
HD 225218  225218  365  00^{h} 04^{m} 36.60^{s}  +42° 05′ 33.2″  6.11  −2.45  1680  B9III  double star  
7647  5993  01^{h} 17^{m} 05.05^{s}  +44° 54′ 07.5″  6.11  −0.18  590  K5  
HD 1185  1185  1302  00^{h} 16^{m} 21.50^{s}  +43° 35′ 42.4″  6.12  1.28  303  A2V  double star  
218416  114162  23^{h} 07^{m} 10.05^{s}  +52° 48′ 59.6″  6.12  0.55  423  K0III  
GO And  GO  4778  3919  00^{h} 50^{m} 18.21^{s}  +45° 00′ 08.1″  6.13  1.34  296  A0p...  α^{2} CVn variable, ΔV = 0.04^{m}, P = 2.5481 d  
7158  5650  01^{h} 12^{m} 34.06^{s}  +45° 20′ 14.9″  6.13  −0.52  698  M1III  
66 And  66  15138  11465  02^{h} 27^{m} 51.75^{s}  +50° 34′ 12.7″  6.16  2.54  173  F4V  spectroscopic binary  
14372  10924  02^{h} 20^{m} 41.50^{s}  +47° 18′ 39.0″  6.17  −0.87  836  B5V  
743  967  00^{h} 11^{m} 59.03^{s}  +48° 09′ 08.5″  6.18  0.05  550  K4III  
3411  2926  00^{h} 37^{m} 07.20^{s}  +24° 00′ 51.3″  6.18  1.13  334  K2III  
HD 221776  221776  116365  23^{h} 34^{m} 46.73^{s}  +38° 01′ 26.3″  6.18  −0.41  678  K5  double star  
16327  12287  02^{h} 38^{m} 17.86^{s}  +37° 43′ 36.6″  6.19  1.60  270  F6III  triple star  
HD 221246  221246  115996  23^{h} 30^{m} 07.39^{s}  +49° 07′ 59.3″  6.19  −0.91  856  K5III  member of the NGC 7686 star cluster  
OP And  OP  9746  7493  01^{h} 36^{m} 27.21^{s}  +48° 43′ 22.2″  6.20  0.65  420  K1III:  BY Dra variable, ΔV = 0.09^{m}  
400  699  00^{h} 08^{m} 41.02^{s}  +36° 37′ 38.7″  6.21  3.61  108  F8IV  
14213  10814  02^{h} 19^{m} 10.84^{s}  +46° 28′ 20.2″  6.21  0.50  452  A4V  
952  1123  00^{h} 14^{m} 02.29^{s}  +33° 12′ 21.9″  6.22  1.45  293  A1V  
HD 895  895  1076  00^{h} 13^{m} 23.93^{s}  +26° 59′ 15.4″  6.24  0.78  403  G0III  triple star  
222451  116824  23^{h} 40^{m} 40.47^{s}  +36° 43′ 14.6″  6.24  3.01  144  F1V  
224906  137  00^{h} 01^{m} 43.85^{s}  +42° 22′ 01.7″  6.25  −1.80  1331  B9IIIp Mn  
11613  8922  01^{h} 54^{m} 53.75^{s}  +40° 42′ 07.9″  6.25  1.13  345  K2  
HD 220105  220105  115261  23^{h} 20^{m} 44.11^{s}  +44° 06′ 58.5″  6.25  1.73  261  A5Vn  double star  
221661  116292  23^{h} 33^{m} 42.99^{s}  +45° 03′ 29.1″  6.25  0.12  548  G8II  
HD 2942  2942  2583  00^{h} 32^{m} 49.09^{s}  +28° 16′ 48.8″  6.26  0.47  469  G8II  triple star  
8774  6776  01^{h} 27^{m} 06.21^{s}  +34° 22′ 39.3″  6.27  3.12  139  F7IVsvar  
2507  2270  00^{h} 28^{m} 56.67^{s}  +36° 53′ 58.9″  6.28  0.51  464  G5III  
8375  6512  01^{h} 23^{m} 37.31^{s}  +34° 14′ 44.2″  6.28  2.43  192  G8IV  
11624  8930  01^{h} 54^{m} 57.63^{s}  +37° 07′ 42.0″  6.28  0.25  525  K0  
7758  6087  01^{h} 18^{m} 10.14^{s}  +47° 25′ 11.0″  6.29  −2.07  1531  K0  
16350  12305  02^{h} 38^{m} 27.94^{s}  +38° 05′ 21.0″  6.29  −0.47  734  B9.5V  
219962  115171  23^{h} 19^{m} 41.37^{s}  +48° 22′ 51.1″  6.29  0.47  475  K1III  
217314  113501  22^{h} 59^{m} 10.37^{s}  +52° 39′ 16.0″  6.31  −0.26  672  K2  
10597  8127  01^{h} 44^{m} 26.53^{s}  +46° 08′ 23.2″  6.32  0.23  540  K5III  
219290  114714  23^{h} 14^{m} 14.34^{s}  +50° 37′ 04.5″  6.32  0.82  411  A0V  
10486  8044  01^{h} 43^{m} 16.39^{s}  +45° 19′ 21.5″  6.33  2.61  181  K2IV  
10874  8370  01^{h} 47^{m} 48.00^{s}  +46° 13′ 47.6″  6.33  2.50  190  F6V  
1075  1208  00^{h} 15^{m} 06.93^{s}  +31° 32′ 08.7″  6.34  −1.70  1320  K5  
HD 8673  8673  6702  01^{h} 26^{m} 08.62^{s}  +34° 34′ 47.7″  6.34  3.43  125  F7V  has a planet (b)  
1083  1215  00^{h} 15^{m} 10.55^{s}  +27° 17′ 00.5″  6.35  0.84  412  A1Vn  double star  
1527  1575  00^{h} 19^{m} 41.58^{s}  +40° 43′ 46.2″  6.35  0.25  541  K1III  
221970  116505  23^{h} 36^{m} 30.52^{s}  +32° 54′ 15.1″  6.35  1.92  251  F6V  
CG And  CG  224801  63  00^{h} 00^{m} 43.62^{s}  +45° 15′ 12.0″  6.36  −0.23  678  B9p SiEu  α^{2} CVn variable, V_{max} = 6.32^{m}, V_{min} = 6.42^{m}, P = 3.73975 d  
HD 16004  16004  12057  02^{h} 35^{m} 27.89^{s}  +39° 39′ 52.1″  6.36  0.11  580  B9MNp...  triple star  
13818  10562  02^{h} 15^{m} 57.69^{s}  +47° 48′ 43.4″  6.37  0.61  462  G9IIIIV  
LN And  LN  217811  113802  23^{h} 02^{m} 45.15^{s}  +44° 03′ 31.6″  6.37  −1.42  1177  B2V  double star; not variable despite designation  
V385 And  V385  220524  115530  23^{h} 24^{m} 08.88^{s}  +41° 36′ 46.3″  6.37  −1.55  1249  M0  irregular variable, V_{max} = 6.36^{m}, V_{min} = 6.47^{m}  
GY And  GY  9996  7651  01^{h} 38^{m} 31.84^{s}  +45° 23′ 58.9″  6.38  0.66  455  B9Vp (CrEu)  Promethium lines; α^{2} CVn variable, V_{max} = 6.27^{m}, V_{min} = 6.44^{m}, P = 8000 d  
13013  9983  02^{h} 08^{m} 33.55^{s}  +44° 27′ 34.4″  6.38  0.78  430  G8III  
218365  114152  23^{h} 07^{m} 04.99^{s}  +35° 38′ 11.3″  6.38  −0.08  638  K0  
9712  7444  01^{h} 35^{m} 52.46^{s}  +41° 04′ 35.1″  6.39  1.01  388  K1III  
V529 And  V529  8801  6794  01^{h} 27^{m} 26.67^{s}  +41° 06′ 04.0″  6.42  2.69  182  Am...  δ Scuti variable, ΔV = 0.03^{m}, P = 0.40331 d  
217731  113750  23^{h} 02^{m} 11.32^{s}  +44° 34′ 22.4″  6.43  1.22  359  K0  
HD 222641  222641  116941  23^{h} 42^{m} 14.68^{s}  +44° 59′ 30.3″  6.43  −0.48  786  K5III  suspected variable  
HD 7853  7853  6140  01^{h} 18^{m} 47.02^{s}  +37° 23′ 10.7″  6.44  0.71  456  A5m  double star  
14221  10830  02^{h} 19^{m} 22.77^{s}  +48° 57′ 19.0″  6.44  2.39  210  F4V  
219668  114981  23^{h} 17^{m} 16.59^{s}  +45° 09′ 51.5″  6.44  2.10  241  K0IV  
HD 6114  6114  4911  01^{h} 03^{m} 01.47^{s}  +47° 22′ 34.3″  6.46  1.39  337  A9V  double star  
11884  9163  01^{h} 57^{m} 59.23^{s}  +47° 05′ 43.9″  6.48  −1.24  1140  K0  
ET And  ET  219749  115036  23^{h} 17^{m} 55.99^{s}  +45° 29′ 20.2″  6.48  0.36  545  B9Vp(Si)  α^{2} CVn variable, ΔV = 0.03^{m}, P = 1.61888 d  
HD 222399  222399  116781  23^{h} 40^{m} 02.82^{s}  +37° 39′ 10.2″  6.49  1.74  291  F2IV  double star  
PY And  PY  3322  2865  00^{h} 36^{m} 20.00^{s}  +27° 15′ 17″  6.50  0.16  701  B8IIImnp...  α^{2} CVn variable, ΔV = ~0.03^{m}  
800  1009  00^{h} 12^{m} 34.08^{s}  +44° 42′ 26.1″  6.50  0.50  517  K0  
59 And B  59  13295  10180  02^{h} 10^{m} 53.67^{s}  +39° 02′ 36.0″  6.82  −1.76  1698  A1Vn  component of the 59 And system  
HD 222155  222155  116616  23^{h} 38^{m} 00^{s}  +48° 59′ 47″  7.1  3.65  160  G2V  has a planet (b)  
HD 16175  16175  12191  02^{h} 37^{m} 01.91^{s}  +42° 03′ 45.5″  7.28  3.40  195  G0  has a planet (b)  
R And  R  1967  1901  00^{h} 24^{m} 01.95^{s}  +38° 34′ 37.3″  7.39  5.19  790  S6.5IIIeZr6Ti2  Mira variable, V_{max} = 5.8^{m}, V_{min} = 15.2^{m}, P = 409.2 d  
HD 1605  1605  1640  00^{h} 20^{m} 32.0^{s}  +30° 58′ 29″  7.52  2.88  276  K1IV  has two planets (b & c)  
HD 13931  13931  10626  02^{h} 16^{m} 47.38^{s}  +43° 46′ 22.8″  7.52  4.3  144  G0  has a planet (b)  
HD 5583  5583  00^{h} 57^{m} 57.0^{s}  +34° 59′ 08″  7.6  0.88  721  K0  has a planet (b)  
RW And  RW  4489  00^{h} 47^{m} 18.92^{s}  +32° 41′ 08.6″  7.9  0.52  1375  M5eM10e(S6,2e)  Mira variable, V_{max} = 7.9^{m}, V_{min} = 15.7^{m}, P = 430 d  
GRB 34  1326  1475  00^{h} 18^{m} 22.9^{s}  +44° 01′ 22″  8.01  10.25  11.62  M6Ve + M1Ve  16th closest star system, binary; both components GQ and GX And flare stars  
HD 15082  15082  11397  02^{h} 26^{m} 51.06^{s}  +37° 33′ 01.7″  8.3  3.0  377  A5  has a transiting planet WASP33b  
Z And  Z  221650  116287  23^{h} 33^{m} 39.95^{s}  +48° 49′ 05.9″  10.53  2.38  1393  M2III + B1eq  prototype of Z And variables, V_{max} = 7.7^{m}, V_{min} = 11.3^{m}  
HATP6  23^{h} 39^{m} 05.81^{s}  +42° 27′ 57.5″  10.54  4.03  650  F  has a transiting planet (b)  
HATP16  00^{h} 38^{m} 17.56^{s}  +42° 27′ 47.2″  10.8  3.9  766  F8  has a transiting planet (b)  
HATP32  02^{h} 01^{m} 10^{s}  +46° 41′ 16″  11.29  3.76  1044  F/G  has a transiting planet (b)  
WASP1  00^{h} 20^{m} 40.08^{s}  +31° 59′ 23.8″  11.79  3.89  1239  F7V  has a transiting planet (b)  
Ross 248  23^{h} 41^{m} 54.99^{s}  +44° 10′ 40.8″  12.29  14.79  10.32  M6e  HH And; 8th closest star system, flare star  
HATP19  00^{h} 38^{m} 04^{s}  +34° 42′ 42″  12.9  6.24  701  K  has a transiting planet (b)  
HATP28  00^{h} 52^{m} 00^{s}  +34° 43′ 42″  13.03  5.05  1288  G3  has a transiting planet (b)  
HATP53  01^{h} 27^{m} 29.0^{s}  +38° 58′ 05″  13.73  4.45  2345  has a transiting planet (b)  
S And  S  00^{h} 42^{m} 43.11^{s}  +41° 16′ 04.2″  2600000  Ia  SN 1885A; BD+40°147a; type Ia supernova in the Andromeda Galaxy, V_{max} = 5.8^{m}, V_{min} = < 16^{m}  
Table legend:

 Notes
 ^ It was commonly with δ Peg by Bayer.
 ^ Flamsteed lettered it as n.
 ^ Armando Gil de Paz et al., "The GALEX Ultraviolet Atlas of Nearby Galaxies," The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (ApJS), American Astronomical Society, 2007, 173 185–255.[1]
 ^ Bayer designated it as υ Per.
 ^ Bode lettered it as 2.υ, in his "Verzeichniss".
 ^ Flamsteed lettered it as υ.
 ^ Bode lettered it as 1.υ in his "Verzeichniss".
 ^ ^{a} ^{b} Final Results of NameExoWorlds Public Vote Released
 ^ E.B Knobel – On a catalogue of stars in the Calendarium of Al Achsasi Al Mouakket
 ^ ^{a} ^{b} Flamsteed unlettered it in his catalogue and atlas.
 ^ Bayer originally lettered it as υ.
 ^ Flamsteed lettered it as λ.
 ^ Flamsteed lettered it as d.
 ^ Flamsteed lettered it as ξ.
 ^ Flamsteed lettered it as h Per.
 ^ Persei, on the constellation boundary between Andromeda with Perseus
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