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

α Ari  α  13  12929  9884  02^{h} 07^{m} 10.29^{s}  +23° 27′ 46.0″  2.01  0.48  66  K2III  Hamal, Hemal, Hamul, Ras Hammel, El Nath; suspected variable, V_{max} = 1.98^{m}, V_{min} = 2.04^{m}; has a planet (b)  
β Ari  β  6  11636  8903  01^{h} 54^{m} 38.35^{s}  +20° 48′ 29.9″  2.64  1.33  60  A5V...  Sheratan, Sharatan, Al Sharatain; suspected variable, V_{max} = 2.56^{m}, V_{min} = 2.70^{m}  
41 Ari  c  41  17573  13209  02^{h} 49^{m} 58.99^{s}  +27° 15′ 38.8″  3.61  0.16  159  B8Vn  Bharani; suspected variable, V_{max} = 3.60^{m}, V_{min} = 3.64^{m}  
δ Ari  δ  57  19787  14838  03^{h} 11^{m} 37.67^{s}  +19° 43′ 36.1″  4.35  0.79  168  K2IIIvar  Botein, Nir al Botain, Lucida Ventris,^{[1]} part of Al Buṭain;^{[2]}^{[3]} suspected variable, V_{max} = 4.33^{m}, V_{min} = 4.37^{m}  
HD 20644  20644  15549  03^{h} 20^{m} 20.37^{s}  +29° 02′ 54.6″  4.47  −2.00  640  K2IIIII  
39 Ari  39  17361  13061  02^{h} 47^{m} 54.44^{s}  +29° 14′ 50.7″  4.52  0.80  181  K1III  Lilii Borea  
γ^{2} Ari  γ^{2}  5  11503  01^{h} 53^{m} 31.80^{s}  +19° 17′ 45.0″  4.62  1.11  164.0  kA0hA3(IV)SiSr  Mesarthim, Mesartim; binary star; α^{2} CVn variable, ΔV = 0.04^{m}, P = 1.6092 d  
35 Ari  35  16908  12719  02^{h} 43^{m} 27.11^{s}  +27° 42′ 25.8″  4.65  −0.62  370  B3V  
γ^{1} Ari  γ^{1}  5  11502  8832  01^{h} 53^{m} 31.77^{s}  +19° 17′ 38.7″  4.70  1.19  164.0  B9.5IV  component of the γ Ari system  
λ Ari  λ  9  11973  9153  01^{h} 57^{m} 55.78^{s}  +23° 35′ 45.9″  4.79  1.73  133  F0V  binary star  
ζ Ari  ζ  58  20150  15110  03^{h} 14^{m} 54.11^{s}  +21° 02′ 40.7″  4.87  −0.22  340  A1V  part of Al Buṭain^{[2]}^{[3]}  
14 Ari  14  13174  10053  02^{h} 09^{m} 25.29^{s}  +25° 56′ 23.9″  4.98  0.02  320  F2III  
κ Ari  κ  12  12869  9836  02^{h} 06^{m} 33.91^{s}  +22° 38′ 54.3″  5.03  1.23  187  A2m  spectroscopic binary  
ι Ari  ι  8  11909  9110  01^{h} 57^{m} 21.03^{s}  +17° 49′ 03.3″  5.09  −1.44  659  K1p...  spectroscopic binary  
τ^{2} Ari  τ^{2}  63  20893  15737  03^{h} 22^{m} 45.27^{s}  +20° 44′ 31.6″  5.10  0.15  319  K3III  
38 Ari  38  UV  17093  12832  02^{h} 44^{m} 57.51^{s}  +12° 26′ 45.5″  5.18  2.26  125  A7IIIIV  δ Sct variable, V_{max} = 5.18^{m}, V_{min} = 5.22^{m}, P = 0.0355 d  
ε Ari A  ε  48  18519  02^{h} 59^{m} 12.70^{s}  +21° 20′ 25.0″  5.2  0.16  332  A2Vs  part of Al Buṭain;^{[2]}^{[3]} binary star  
η Ari  η  17  13555  10306  02^{h} 12^{m} 47.98^{s}  +21° 12′ 39.5″  5.23  2.84  98  F5V  
π Ari  π  42  17543  13165  02^{h} 49^{m} 17.56^{s}  +17° 27′ 51.6″  5.26  −1.07  603  B6V  part of Al Buṭain;^{[2]}^{[3]} spectroscopic binary  
τ^{1} Ari  τ^{1}  61  20756  15627  03^{h} 21^{m} 13.61^{s}  +21° 08′ 49.7″  5.27  −0.49  462  B5IV  triple star system; Beta Lyrae variable  
33 Ari  33  16628  12489  02^{h} 40^{m} 41.03^{s}  +27° 03′ 39.6″  5.30  1.03  233  A3V  
ν Ari  ν  32  16432  12332  02^{h} 38^{m} 49.00^{s}  +21° 57′ 41.2″  5.45  0.32  346  A7V  
52 Ari A  52  19134  14376  03^{h} 05^{m} 26.69^{s}  +25° 15′ 18.7″  5.45  0.00  402  B7Vn  binary star  
ξ Ari  ξ  24  14951  11249  02^{h} 24^{m} 49.04^{s}  +10° 36′ 38.2″  5.48  −0.85  603  B7IV  variable star, ΔV = 0.007^{m}, P = 1.73515 d  
ε Ari B  ε  48  18519  13914  02^{h} 59^{m} 12.73^{s}  +21° 20′ 25.6″  5.5  0.46  332  A2Vs  component of the ε Ari system  
64 Ari  64  21017  15861  03^{h} 24^{m} 18.46^{s}  +24° 43′ 27.1″  5.50  1.26  230  K4III  
σ Ari  σ  43  17769  13327  02^{h} 51^{m} 29.57^{s}  +15° 04′ 55.7″  5.52  −0.32  479  B7V  
62 Ari  62  20825  15696  03^{h} 22^{m} 11.89^{s}  +27° 36′ 27.3″  5.55  −1.82  973  G5III  
21 Ari  21  13872  10535  02^{h} 15^{m} 42.83^{s}  +25° 02′ 35.7″  5.57  2.16  157  F6V  
θ Ari  θ  22  14191  10732  02^{h} 18^{m} 07.55^{s}  +19° 54′ 04.2″  5.58  0.21  387  A1Vn  
ρ^{3} Ari  ρ^{3}  46  18256  13702  02^{h} 56^{m} 25.98^{s}  +18° 01′ 25.1″  5.58  2.83  115  F6V  part of Al Buṭain;^{[2]}^{[3]} suspected BY Dra variable  
HD 20149  20149  15154  03^{h} 15^{m} 20.45^{s}  +30° 33′ 24.0″  5.61  −0.01  434  A1Vs  
10 Ari  10  12558  9621  02^{h} 03^{m} 39.26^{s}  +25° 56′ 07.6″  5.64  2.02  172  F8IV  
31 Ari  31  16234  12153  02^{h} 36^{m} 37.75^{s}  +12° 26′ 52.2″  5.64  2.91  115  F7V  
HD 19270  19270  14439  03^{h} 06^{m} 23.69^{s}  +13° 11′ 14.6″  5.64  0.69  319  K3III  
15 Ari  15  AV  13325  10155  02^{h} 10^{m} 37.54^{s}  +19° 30′ 01.5″  5.68  −0.87  665  M3III  semiregular variable, V_{max} = 5.67^{m}, V_{min} = 5.74^{m}, P = 5.0320 d  
19 Ari  19  13596  10328  02^{h} 13^{m} 03.25^{s}  +15° 16′ 47.7″  5.72  −0.38  541  M0III  suspected variable, V_{max} = 5.68^{m}, V_{min} = 5.76^{m}  
μ Ari  μ  34  16811  12640  02^{h} 42^{m} 21.92^{s}  +20° 00′ 41.7″  5.74  0.66  338  A0V  
55 Ari  55  19548  14677  03^{h} 09^{m} 36.73^{s}  +29° 04′ 37.6″  5.74  −1.96  1128  B8III  
7 Ari  7  RR  11763  8993  01^{h} 55^{m} 51.03^{s}  +23° 34′ 38.4″  5.76  −0.26  522  K1III  not variable  
ρ^{2} Ari  ρ^{2}  45  RZ  18191  13654  02^{h} 55^{m} 48.50^{s}  +18° 19′ 54.0″  5.76  0.30  403  M6IIIvar  semiregular variable, V_{max} = 5.45^{m}, V_{min} = 6.01^{m}  
ο Ari  ο  37  17036  12803  02^{h} 44^{m} 32.97^{s}  +15° 18′ 42.8″  5.78  −0.07  482  B9Vn  
56 Ari  56  SX  19832  14893  03^{h} 12^{m} 14.24^{s}  +27° 15′ 25.2″  5.78  0.50  371  B9p Si  prototype SX Ari variable, V_{max} = 5.75^{m}, V_{min} = 5.81^{m}, P = 0.727902 d  
20 Ari  20  13871  10540  02^{h} 15^{m} 45.94^{s}  +25° 46′ 59.2″  5.79  2.77  131  F6IVV  
47 Ari  47  18404  13834  02^{h} 58^{m} 05.08^{s}  +20° 40′ 07.7″  5.80  3.29  104  F5IV  suspected variable  
1 Ari A  1  11154  8544  01^{h} 50^{m} 08.58^{s}  +22° 16′ 31.3″  5.83  −0.40  574  K1III+...  binary star  
40 Ari  40  17459  13108  02^{h} 48^{m} 32.06^{s}  +18° 17′ 01.9″  5.83  −0.11  502  K1III  
4 Ari  4  10982  8387  01^{h} 48^{m} 10.90^{s}  +16° 57′ 20.3″  5.86  1.14  287  B9.5V  
HD 15524  15524  11670  02^{h} 30^{m} 32.31^{s}  +25° 14′ 06.8″  5.88  2.34  166  F6IV  
HD 12139  12139  9307  01^{h} 59^{m} 35.60^{s}  +21° 03′ 31.0″  5.89  0.45  399  K0IIIIV  
HR 830  (16)  VZ  17471  13121  02^{h} 48^{m} 45.87^{s}  +25° 11′ 17.1″  5.89  0.14  460  A0V  16 Trianguli; Alpha² CVn variable, V_{max} = 5.82^{m}, V_{min} = 5.89^{m}  
1 Ari B  1  11155  01^{h} 50^{m} 08.50^{s}  +22° 16′ 33.0″  5.90  component of the 1 Ari system  
49 Ari  49  18769  14109  03^{h} 01^{m} 54.15^{s}  +26° 27′ 44.4″  5.91  1.82  214  A3m  suspected variable, V_{max} = 5.90^{m}, V_{min} = 5.94^{m}  
59 Ari  59  20618  15514  03^{h} 19^{m} 55.81^{s}  +27° 04′ 16.7″  5.91  1.91  205  G8IV  
54 Cet  (54)  11257  8588  01^{h} 50^{m} 52.01^{s}  +11° 02′ 36.4″  5.93  2.77  139  F2Vw  suspected variable, V_{max} = 5.93^{m}, V_{min} = 5.97^{m}  
HD 18700  18700  14036  03^{h} 00^{m} 44.09^{s}  +10° 52′ 13.7″  5.93  0.27  441  K6  
HD 13522  13522  10296  02^{h} 12^{m} 37.51^{s}  +24° 10′ 04.1″  5.96  −0.23  565  K0  
HD 12479  12479  9533  02^{h} 02^{m} 35.08^{s}  +13° 28′ 36.2″  5.97  −1.10  845  M2III  suspected variable  
HD 19698  19698  14764  03^{h} 10^{m} 38.78^{s}  +11° 52′ 21.7″  5.97  −0.05  522  B8V  
29 Ari  29  15814  11843  02^{h} 32^{m} 54.15^{s}  +15° 02′ 04.1″  6.00  3.71  94  F8V  
11 Ari  11  12885  9859  02^{h} 06^{m} 49.22^{s}  +25° 42′ 16.5″  6.01  −1.75  1160  B9IVVn  
16 Ari  16  13363  10203  02^{h} 11^{m} 12.06^{s}  +25° 56′ 13.0″  6.01  −0.94  801  K4III  
HD 19637  19637  14748  03^{h} 10^{m} 27.04^{s}  +26° 53′ 45.9″  6.02  0.54  406  K3III  
66 Ari  66  21467  16181  03^{h} 28^{m} 26.57^{s}  +22° 48′ 15.4″  6.03  1.83  226  K0IV  
65 Ari  65  21050  15870  03^{h} 24^{m} 26.11^{s}  +20° 48′ 12.6″  6.07  1.23  303  A1V  
HD 12140  12140  9295  01^{h} 59^{m} 25.88^{s}  +12° 17′ 41.8″  6.09  1.51  269  A6V  
HD 19789  19789  14821  03^{h} 11^{m} 21.93^{s}  +13° 02′ 52.1″  6.11  0.99  344  K0IIIp  
53 Ari  53  UW  19374  14514  03^{h} 07^{m} 25.69^{s}  +17° 52′ 47.9″  6.13  −0.69  755  B1.5V  not variable; runaway star  
HD 15152  15152  11415  02^{h} 27^{m} 07.26^{s}  +27° 00′ 45.3″  6.14  0.37  464  K5III  suspected variable  
26 Ari  26  UU  15550  11678  02^{h} 30^{m} 38.37^{s}  +19° 51′ 19.4″  6.14  1.94  226  A9V  δ Sct variable, V_{max} = 6.10^{m}, V_{min} = 6.15^{m}, P = 0.0676 d  
60 Ari  60  20663  15557  03^{h} 20^{m} 25.57^{s}  +25° 39′ 46.7″  6.14  1.40  289  K3III:  
HD 15385  15385  11578  02^{h} 29^{m} 13.63^{s}  +23° 28′ 08.7″  6.20  1.65  264  A5m  
27 Ari  27  15596  11698  02^{h} 30^{m} 54.38^{s}  +17° 42′ 14.6″  6.21  1.30  313  G5IIIIV  
HD 12594  12594  9627  02^{h} 03^{m} 42.61^{s}  +18° 15′ 11.8″  6.24  −1.83  1342  K4III  
54 Ari  54  19460  14586  03^{h} 08^{m} 21.09^{s}  +18° 47′ 42.3″  6.25  0.03  570  M0III  semiregular variable, V_{max} = 6.25^{m}, V_{min} = 6.28^{m}  
HD 17918  17918  13448  02^{h} 53^{m} 11.66^{s}  +16° 29′ 01.0″  6.30  1.14  352  F5III  
85 Cet  (85)  16861  12647  02^{h} 42^{m} 28.95^{s}  +10° 44′ 30.4″  6.32  0.74  426  A2V  suspected variable, V_{max} = 6.28^{m}, V_{min} = 6.34^{m}  
HD 16955  16955  12744  02^{h} 43^{m} 51.25^{s}  +25° 38′ 18.0″  6.35  1.19  352  A3V  
HD 19080  19080  14318  03^{h} 04^{m} 40.65^{s}  +15° 51′ 22.5″  6.37  −0.06  631  K3III  
HD 18928  18928  14232  03^{h} 03^{m} 30.11^{s}  +28° 16′ 11.8″  6.38  2.89  163  F0V  
HD 13201  13201  10050  02^{h} 09^{m} 23.03^{s}  +17° 13′ 28.7″  6.40  3.43  128  F5V  
HD 20367  20367  15323  03^{h} 17^{m} 40.12^{s}  +31° 07′ 37.9″  6.40  4.23  88  G0V  has a planet (b)  
HD 19549  19549  14649  03^{h} 09^{m} 20.10^{s}  +20° 45′ 40.1″  6.41  0.45  506  K2  
HD 19600  19600  14719  03^{h} 10^{m} 08.83^{s}  +27° 49′ 11.6″  6.42  0.09  601  A0V  
HD 14262  14262  10795  02^{h} 18^{m} 57.96^{s}  +23° 10′ 04.2″  6.45  1.34  343  A7V  
36 Ari  36  17017  12784  02^{h} 44^{m} 19.09^{s}  +17° 45′ 50.5″  6.46  0.89  413  K2III  suspected variable, ΔV = 0.07^{m}  
UX Ari  UX  21242  16042  03^{h} 26^{m} 35.36^{s}  +28° 42′ 55.2″  6.47  2.97  164  G5IV  RS CVn variable, V_{max} = 6.35^{m}, V_{min} = 6.71^{m}, P = 6.388 d  
30 Ari A  30  16246  12189  02^{h} 37^{m} 00.44^{s}  +24° 38′ 50.1″  6.48  3.46  131  F6III  binary star  
HD 14067  14067  10657  02^{h} 17^{m} 10.4^{s}  +23° 46′ 04″  6.51  0.44  533  G9 III  has a planet (b)  
51 Ari  51  18803  14150  03^{h} 02^{m} 25.87^{s}  +26° 36′ 34.7″  6.62  4.99  69  G8V  
VW Ari  VW  15165  11390  02^{h} 26^{m} 45.65^{s}  +10° 33′ 55.1″  6.69  1.16  416  F0IV  δ Sct variable, V_{max} = 6.64^{m}, V_{min} = 6.76^{m}, P = 0.1606 d  
AF Ari  AF  14595  11035  02^{h} 22^{m} 06.62^{s}  +22° 52′ 24.9″  6.71  0.50  615  G3III  Algol type variable, V_{max} = 6.30^{m}, V_{min} = 7.10^{m}, P = 153 d  
VY Ari  VY  17433  13118  02^{h} 48^{m} 43.72^{s}  +31° 06′ 54.7″  6.76  3.65  136.5  K0  RS CVn variable, V_{max} = 6.68^{m}, V_{min} = 7.15^{m}, P = 16.1996 d  
52 Ari B  52  19135  03^{h} 05^{m} 26.70^{s}  +25° 15′ 19.0″  7.00  component of the 52 Ari system  
ρ^{1} Ari  ρ^{1}  44  18091  13579  02^{h} 54^{m} 55.17^{s}  +17° 44′ 05.3″  7.01  2.10  313  A3  
30 Ari B  30  16232  12184  02^{h} 36^{m} 57.64^{s}  +24° 38′ 53.1″  7.09  4.11  129  F6V  component of the 30 Ari system; has a planet (b)  
R Ari  R  13913  10576  02^{h} 16^{m} 07.11^{s}  +25° 03′ 23.7″  7.40  2.99  3900  M36e  Mira variable, V_{max} = 7.1^{m}, V_{min} = 14.3^{m}, P = 185.67 d  
HD 12661  12661  9683  02^{h} 04^{m} 34.29^{s}  +25° 24′ 51.5″  7.44  4.59  121  K0V  has two planets (b & c)  
HD 17674  17674  13291  02^{h} 51^{m} 04.3^{s}  +30° 17′ 12″  7.56  145  G0V  has two planets (b)  
HIP 14810  14810  03^{h} 11^{m} 14.23^{s}  +21° 05′ 50.5″  8.52  4.90  172  G5V  has three planets (b, c & d)  
BD +20°307  8920  01^{h} 54^{m} 50.79^{s}  +21° 18′ 22.5″  9.01  4.19  300  G0V  has a circumstellar disk  
X Ari  X  19510  14601  03^{h} 08^{m} 30.89^{s}  +10° 26′ 45.2″  9.04  1.23  3700  F0.5  RR Lyr variable, V_{max} = 9.036^{m}, V_{min} = 9.966^{m}, P = 0.6511796 d  
RX Ari  RX  02^{h} 15^{m} 20.78^{s}  +22° 34′ 11.1″  9.41  F2V  Algol variable, V_{max} = 9.40^{m}, V_{min} = 10.1^{m}, P = 1.029626 d  
HATP47  02^{h} 33^{m} 14.0^{s}  +30° 21′ 38″  10.6  874  has a transiting planet (b)  
SS Ari  SS  02^{h} 04^{m} 18.41^{s}  +24° 00′ 02.2″  10.15  3.52  692  G0  W UMa variable, V_{max} = 10.10^{m}, V_{min} = 10.63^{m}, P = 0.40598257 d  
TT Ari  TT  02^{h} 06^{m} 53.08^{s}  +15° 17′ 41.8″  10.2  Bep:  VY Scl star, V_{max} = 10.2^{m}, V_{min} = 16.5^{m}, P = 0.137551 d  
RV Ari  RV  02^{h} 15^{m} 07.50^{s}  +18° 04′ 27.9″  11.61  A0  doublemode δ Sct variable, V_{max} = 11.61^{m}, V_{min} = 12.30^{m}, P = 0.0931281 d  
WASP11/HATP10  03^{h} 09^{m} 28.55^{s}  +30° 40′ 24.9″  11.89  6.41  408  K3V  has a transiting planet (b)  
HATP48  02^{h} 57^{m} 53.0^{s}  +30° 37′ 33″  12.16  995  has a transiting planet (b)  
L 115916  TZ  02^{h} 00^{m} 12.79^{s}  +13° 03′ 11.2″  12.26  13.99  14.5  M4.5  flare star and BY Dra variable  
LkHα 264  WY  02^{h} 56^{m} 37.56^{s}  +20° 05′ 37.1″  12.46  K5/6e  T Tau star, V_{max} = 12.25^{m}, V_{min} = 12.88^{m}  
RW Ari  RW  02^{h} 16^{m} 03.72^{s}  +17° 31′ 59.0″  12.51  B8  RR Lyr variable, V_{max} = 12.12^{m}, V_{min} = 12.60^{m}, P = 0.3543006 d  
HATP25  03^{h} 13^{m} 45^{s}  +25° 11′ 51″  13.19  5.83  969  G5  has a transiting planet (b)  
HATP52  02^{h} 50^{m} 53.0^{s}  +29° 01′ 21″  14.07  6.14  1256  has a transiting planet (b)  
WX Ari  WX  02^{h} 47^{m} 36.22^{s}  +10° 35′ 37.7″  15.3  CV  VY Scl star and eclipsing binary, V_{max} = 14.5^{m}, V_{min} = <16.7^{m}, P = 0.1393512 d  
Teegarden's star  02^{h} 53^{m} 00.89^{s}  +16° 52′ 52.7″  15.40  17.47  12.6  M7.5  brown dwarf  
XY Ari  XY  02^{h} 56^{m} 08.19^{s}  +19° 26′ 34.1″  WD+M0V  DQ Her variable and eclipsing binary  
PSR B0301+19  03^{h} 04^{m} 33.12^{s}  +19° 32′ 51.4″  pulsar  
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 ^ E.B Knobel – On a catalogue of stars in the Calendarium of Al Achsasi Al Mouakket
 ^ ^{a} ^{b} ^{c} ^{d} ^{e} Consisting with δ Ari (Botein), ε Ari, ζ Ari, π Ari, and ρ^{3} Ari, were Al Buṭain, the dual of Al Baṭn, the Belly. See Star Name – R.H.Allen p. 83
 ^ ^{a} ^{b} ^{c} ^{d} ^{e} δ Ari as Nir al Botain or Lucida Ventris (the brightest of the belly). ε Ari, ζ Ari, π Ari, and ρ^{3} Ari was not designated by Al Achsasi Al Mouakket. Jack W. Rhoads was designated these stars of Al Buṭain were Al Buṭain I (π Ari), Al Buṭain II (ρ^{3} Ari), Al Buṭain III (ε Ari) and Al Buṭain IV (ζ Ari)