List of stars in Aries

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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  02h 07m 10.29s +23° 27′ 46.0″ 2.01 0.48 66 K2III Hamal, Hemal, Hamul, Ras Hammel, El Nath; suspected variable, Vmax = 1.98m, Vmin = 2.04m; has a planet (b)
β Ari β 6 11636 8903  01h 54m 38.35s +20° 48′ 29.9″ 2.64 1.33 60 A5V... Sheratan, Sharatan, Al Sharatain; suspected variable, Vmax = 2.56m, Vmin = 2.70m
41 Ari c 41 17573 13209  02h 49m 58.99s +27° 15′ 38.8″ 3.61 0.16 159 B8Vn Bharani; suspected variable, Vmax = 3.60m, Vmin = 3.64m
δ Ari δ 57 19787 14838  03h 11m 37.67s +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, Vmax = 4.33m, Vmin = 4.37m
HD 20644 20644 15549  03h 20m 20.37s +29° 02′ 54.6″ 4.47 −2.00 640 K2II-III
39 Ari 39 17361 13061  02h 47m 54.44s +29° 14′ 50.7″ 4.52 0.80 181 K1III Lilii Borea
γ2 Ari γ2 5 11503  01h 53m 31.80s +19° 17′ 45.0″ 4.62 1.11 164.0 kA0hA3(IV)SiSr Mesarthim, Mesartim; binary star; α2 CVn variable, ΔV = 0.04m, P = 1.6092 d
35 Ari 35 16908 12719  02h 43m 27.11s +27° 42′ 25.8″ 4.65 −0.62 370 B3V
γ1 Ari γ1 5 11502 8832  01h 53m 31.77s +19° 17′ 38.7″ 4.70 1.19 164.0 B9.5IV component of the γ Ari system
λ Ari λ 9 11973 9153  01h 57m 55.78s +23° 35′ 45.9″ 4.79 1.73 133 F0V binary star
ζ Ari ζ 58 20150 15110  03h 14m 54.11s +21° 02′ 40.7″ 4.87 −0.22 340 A1V part of Al Buṭain[2][3]
14 Ari 14 13174 10053  02h 09m 25.29s +25° 56′ 23.9″ 4.98 0.02 320 F2III
κ Ari κ 12 12869 9836  02h 06m 33.91s +22° 38′ 54.3″ 5.03 1.23 187 A2m spectroscopic binary
ι Ari ι 8 11909 9110  01h 57m 21.03s +17° 49′ 03.3″ 5.09 −1.44 659 K1p... spectroscopic binary
τ2 Ari τ2 63 20893 15737  03h 22m 45.27s +20° 44′ 31.6″ 5.10 0.15 319 K3III
38 Ari 38 UV 17093 12832  02h 44m 57.51s +12° 26′ 45.5″ 5.18 2.26 125 A7III-IV δ Sct variable, Vmax = 5.18m, Vmin = 5.22m, P = 0.0355 d
ε Ari A ε 48 18519  02h 59m 12.70s +21° 20′ 25.0″ 5.2 0.16 332 A2Vs part of Al Buṭain;[2][3] binary star
η Ari η 17 13555 10306  02h 12m 47.98s +21° 12′ 39.5″ 5.23 2.84 98 F5V
π Ari π 42 17543 13165  02h 49m 17.56s +17° 27′ 51.6″ 5.26 −1.07 603 B6V part of Al Buṭain;[2][3] spectroscopic binary
τ1 Ari τ1 61 20756 15627  03h 21m 13.61s +21° 08′ 49.7″ 5.27 −0.49 462 B5IV triple star system; Beta Lyrae variable
33 Ari 33 16628 12489  02h 40m 41.03s +27° 03′ 39.6″ 5.30 1.03 233 A3V
ν Ari ν 32 16432 12332  02h 38m 49.00s +21° 57′ 41.2″ 5.45 0.32 346 A7V
52 Ari A 52 19134 14376  03h 05m 26.69s +25° 15′ 18.7″ 5.45 0.00 402 B7Vn binary star
ξ Ari ξ 24 14951 11249  02h 24m 49.04s +10° 36′ 38.2″ 5.48 −0.85 603 B7IV variable star, ΔV = 0.007m, P = 1.73515 d
ε Ari B ε 48 18519 13914  02h 59m 12.73s +21° 20′ 25.6″ 5.5 0.46 332 A2Vs component of the ε Ari system
64 Ari 64 21017 15861  03h 24m 18.46s +24° 43′ 27.1″ 5.50 1.26 230 K4III
σ Ari σ 43 17769 13327  02h 51m 29.57s +15° 04′ 55.7″ 5.52 −0.32 479 B7V
62 Ari 62 20825 15696  03h 22m 11.89s +27° 36′ 27.3″ 5.55 −1.82 973 G5III
21 Ari 21 13872 10535  02h 15m 42.83s +25° 02′ 35.7″ 5.57 2.16 157 F6V
θ Ari θ 22 14191 10732  02h 18m 07.55s +19° 54′ 04.2″ 5.58 0.21 387 A1Vn
ρ3 Ari ρ3 46 18256 13702  02h 56m 25.98s +18° 01′ 25.1″ 5.58 2.83 115 F6V part of Al Buṭain;[2][3] suspected BY Dra variable
HD 20149 20149 15154  03h 15m 20.45s +30° 33′ 24.0″ 5.61 −0.01 434 A1Vs
10 Ari 10 12558 9621  02h 03m 39.26s +25° 56′ 07.6″ 5.64 2.02 172 F8IV
31 Ari 31 16234 12153  02h 36m 37.75s +12° 26′ 52.2″ 5.64 2.91 115 F7V
HD 19270 19270 14439  03h 06m 23.69s +13° 11′ 14.6″ 5.64 0.69 319 K3III
15 Ari 15 AV 13325 10155  02h 10m 37.54s +19° 30′ 01.5″ 5.68 −0.87 665 M3III semiregular variable, Vmax = 5.67m, Vmin = 5.74m, P = 5.0320 d
19 Ari 19 13596 10328  02h 13m 03.25s +15° 16′ 47.7″ 5.72 −0.38 541 M0III suspected variable, Vmax = 5.68m, Vmin = 5.76m
μ Ari μ 34 16811 12640  02h 42m 21.92s +20° 00′ 41.7″ 5.74 0.66 338 A0V
55 Ari 55 19548 14677  03h 09m 36.73s +29° 04′ 37.6″ 5.74 −1.96 1128 B8III
7 Ari 7 RR 11763 8993  01h 55m 51.03s +23° 34′ 38.4″ 5.76 −0.26 522 K1III not variable
ρ2 Ari ρ2 45 RZ 18191 13654  02h 55m 48.50s +18° 19′ 54.0″ 5.76 0.30 403 M6IIIvar semiregular variable, Vmax = 5.45m, Vmin = 6.01m
ο Ari ο 37 17036 12803  02h 44m 32.97s +15° 18′ 42.8″ 5.78 −0.07 482 B9Vn
56 Ari 56 SX 19832 14893  03h 12m 14.24s +27° 15′ 25.2″ 5.78 0.50 371 B9p Si prototype SX Ari variable, Vmax = 5.75m, Vmin = 5.81m, P = 0.727902 d
20 Ari 20 13871 10540  02h 15m 45.94s +25° 46′ 59.2″ 5.79 2.77 131 F6IV-V
47 Ari 47 18404 13834  02h 58m 05.08s +20° 40′ 07.7″ 5.80 3.29 104 F5IV suspected variable
1 Ari A 1 11154 8544  01h 50m 08.58s +22° 16′ 31.3″ 5.83 −0.40 574 K1III+... binary star
40 Ari 40 17459 13108  02h 48m 32.06s +18° 17′ 01.9″ 5.83 −0.11 502 K1III
4 Ari 4 10982 8387  01h 48m 10.90s +16° 57′ 20.3″ 5.86 1.14 287 B9.5V
HD 15524 15524 11670  02h 30m 32.31s +25° 14′ 06.8″ 5.88 2.34 166 F6IV
HD 12139 12139 9307  01h 59m 35.60s +21° 03′ 31.0″ 5.89 0.45 399 K0III-IV
HR 830 (16) VZ 17471 13121  02h 48m 45.87s +25° 11′ 17.1″ 5.89 0.14 460 A0V 16 Trianguli; Alpha² CVn variable, Vmax = 5.82m, Vmin = 5.89m
1 Ari B 1 11155  01h 50m 08.50s +22° 16′ 33.0″ 5.90 component of the 1 Ari system
49 Ari 49 18769 14109  03h 01m 54.15s +26° 27′ 44.4″ 5.91 1.82 214 A3m suspected variable, Vmax = 5.90m, Vmin = 5.94m
59 Ari 59 20618 15514  03h 19m 55.81s +27° 04′ 16.7″ 5.91 1.91 205 G8IV
54 Cet (54) 11257 8588  01h 50m 52.01s +11° 02′ 36.4″ 5.93 2.77 139 F2Vw suspected variable, Vmax = 5.93m, Vmin = 5.97m
HD 18700 18700 14036  03h 00m 44.09s +10° 52′ 13.7″ 5.93 0.27 441 K6
HD 13522 13522 10296  02h 12m 37.51s +24° 10′ 04.1″ 5.96 −0.23 565 K0
HD 12479 12479 9533  02h 02m 35.08s +13° 28′ 36.2″ 5.97 −1.10 845 M2III suspected variable
HD 19698 19698 14764  03h 10m 38.78s +11° 52′ 21.7″ 5.97 −0.05 522 B8V
29 Ari 29 15814 11843  02h 32m 54.15s +15° 02′ 04.1″ 6.00 3.71 94 F8V
11 Ari 11 12885 9859  02h 06m 49.22s +25° 42′ 16.5″ 6.01 −1.75 1160 B9IV-Vn
16 Ari 16 13363 10203  02h 11m 12.06s +25° 56′ 13.0″ 6.01 −0.94 801 K4III
HD 19637 19637 14748  03h 10m 27.04s +26° 53′ 45.9″ 6.02 0.54 406 K3III
66 Ari 66 21467 16181  03h 28m 26.57s +22° 48′ 15.4″ 6.03 1.83 226 K0IV
65 Ari 65 21050 15870  03h 24m 26.11s +20° 48′ 12.6″ 6.07 1.23 303 A1V
HD 12140 12140 9295  01h 59m 25.88s +12° 17′ 41.8″ 6.09 1.51 269 A6V
HD 19789 19789 14821  03h 11m 21.93s +13° 02′ 52.1″ 6.11 0.99 344 K0IIIp
53 Ari 53 UW 19374 14514  03h 07m 25.69s +17° 52′ 47.9″ 6.13 −0.69 755 B1.5V not variable; runaway star
HD 15152 15152 11415  02h 27m 07.26s +27° 00′ 45.3″ 6.14 0.37 464 K5III suspected variable
26 Ari 26 UU 15550 11678  02h 30m 38.37s +19° 51′ 19.4″ 6.14 1.94 226 A9V δ Sct variable, Vmax = 6.10m, Vmin = 6.15m, P = 0.0676 d
60 Ari 60 20663 15557  03h 20m 25.57s +25° 39′ 46.7″ 6.14 1.40 289 K3III:
HD 15385 15385 11578  02h 29m 13.63s +23° 28′ 08.7″ 6.20 1.65 264 A5m
27 Ari 27 15596 11698  02h 30m 54.38s +17° 42′ 14.6″ 6.21 1.30 313 G5III-IV
HD 12594 12594 9627  02h 03m 42.61s +18° 15′ 11.8″ 6.24 −1.83 1342 K4III
54 Ari 54 19460 14586  03h 08m 21.09s +18° 47′ 42.3″ 6.25 0.03 570 M0III semiregular variable, Vmax = 6.25m, Vmin = 6.28m
HD 17918 17918 13448  02h 53m 11.66s +16° 29′ 01.0″ 6.30 1.14 352 F5III
85 Cet (85) 16861 12647  02h 42m 28.95s +10° 44′ 30.4″ 6.32 0.74 426 A2V suspected variable, Vmax = 6.28m, Vmin = 6.34m
HD 16955 16955 12744  02h 43m 51.25s +25° 38′ 18.0″ 6.35 1.19 352 A3V
HD 19080 19080 14318  03h 04m 40.65s +15° 51′ 22.5″ 6.37 −0.06 631 K3III
HD 18928 18928 14232  03h 03m 30.11s +28° 16′ 11.8″ 6.38 2.89 163 F0V
HD 13201 13201 10050  02h 09m 23.03s +17° 13′ 28.7″ 6.40 3.43 128 F5V
HD 20367 20367 15323  03h 17m 40.12s +31° 07′ 37.9″ 6.40 4.23 88 G0V has a planet (b)
HD 19549 19549 14649  03h 09m 20.10s +20° 45′ 40.1″ 6.41 0.45 506 K2
HD 19600 19600 14719  03h 10m 08.83s +27° 49′ 11.6″ 6.42 0.09 601 A0V
HD 14262 14262 10795  02h 18m 57.96s +23° 10′ 04.2″ 6.45 1.34 343 A7V
36 Ari 36 17017 12784  02h 44m 19.09s +17° 45′ 50.5″ 6.46 0.89 413 K2III suspected variable, ΔV = 0.07m
UX Ari UX 21242 16042  03h 26m 35.36s +28° 42′ 55.2″ 6.47 2.97 164 G5IV RS CVn variable, Vmax = 6.35m, Vmin = 6.71m, P = 6.388 d
30 Ari A 30 16246 12189  02h 37m 00.44s +24° 38′ 50.1″ 6.48 3.46 131 F6III binary star
HD 14067 14067 10657  02h 17m 10.4s +23° 46′ 04″ 6.51 0.44 533 G9 III has a planet (b)
51 Ari 51 18803 14150  03h 02m 25.87s +26° 36′ 34.7″ 6.62 4.99 69 G8V
VW Ari VW 15165 11390  02h 26m 45.65s +10° 33′ 55.1″ 6.69 1.16 416 F0IV δ Sct variable, Vmax = 6.64m, Vmin = 6.76m, P = 0.1606 d
AF Ari AF 14595 11035  02h 22m 06.62s +22° 52′ 24.9″ 6.71 0.50 615 G3III Algol type variable, Vmax = 6.30m, Vmin = 7.10m, P = 153 d
VY Ari VY 17433 13118  02h 48m 43.72s +31° 06′ 54.7″ 6.76 3.65 136.5 K0 RS CVn variable, Vmax = 6.68m, Vmin = 7.15m, P = 16.1996 d
52 Ari B 52 19135  03h 05m 26.70s +25° 15′ 19.0″ 7.00 component of the 52 Ari system
ρ1 Ari ρ1 44 18091 13579  02h 54m 55.17s +17° 44′ 05.3″ 7.01 2.10 313 A3
30 Ari B 30 16232 12184  02h 36m 57.64s +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  02h 16m 07.11s +25° 03′ 23.7″ 7.40 -2.99 3900 M3-6e Mira variable, Vmax = 7.1m, Vmin = 14.3m, P = 185.67 d
HD 12661 12661 9683  02h 04m 34.29s +25° 24′ 51.5″ 7.44 4.59 121 K0V has two planets (b & c)
HD 17674 17674 13291  02h 51m 04.3s +30° 17′ 12″ 7.56 145 G0V has two planets (b)
HD 14787 14787 11130  02h 50m 53.0s +29° 01′ 21″ 7.63 390 G5 has a planet (b)
HIP 14810 14810  03h 11m 14.23s +21° 05′ 50.5″ 8.52 4.90 172 G5V has three planets (b, c & d)
BD +20°307 8920  01h 54m 50.79s +21° 18′ 22.5″ 9.01 4.19 300 G0V has a circumstellar disk
X Ari X 19510 14601  03h 08m 30.89s +10° 26′ 45.2″ 9.04 -1.23 3700 F0.5 RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 9.036m, Vmin = 9.966m, P = 0.6511796 d
RX Ari RX  02h 15m 20.78s +22° 34′ 11.1″ 9.41 F2V Algol variable, Vmax = 9.40m, Vmin = 10.1m, P = 1.029626 d
HAT-P-47  02h 33m 14.0s +30° 21′ 38″ 10.6 874 has a transiting planet (b)
SS Ari SS  02h 04m 18.41s +24° 00′ 02.2″ 10.15 3.52 692 G0 W UMa variable, Vmax = 10.10m, Vmin = 10.63m, P = 0.40598257 d
TT Ari TT  02h 06m 53.08s +15° 17′ 41.8″ 10.2 Bep: VY Scl star, Vmax = 10.2m, Vmin = 16.5m, P = 0.137551 d
RV Ari RV  02h 15m 07.50s +18° 04′ 27.9″ 11.61 A0 double-mode δ Sct variable, Vmax = 11.61m, Vmin = 12.30m, P = 0.0931281 d
WASP-11/HAT-P-10  03h 09m 28.55s +30° 40′ 24.9″ 11.89 6.41 408 K3V has a transiting planet (b)
HAT-P-48  02h 57m 53.0s +30° 37′ 33″ 12.16 995 has a transiting planet (b)
L 1159-16 TZ  02h 00m 12.79s +13° 03′ 11.2″ 12.26 13.99 14.5 M4.5 flare star and BY Dra variable
LkHα 264 WY  02h 56m 37.56s +20° 05′ 37.1″ 12.46 K5/6e T Tau star, Vmax = 12.25m, Vmin = 12.88m
RW Ari RW  02h 16m 03.72s +17° 31′ 59.0″ 12.51 B8 RR Lyr variable, Vmax = 12.12m, Vmin = 12.60m, P = 0.3543006 d
HAT-P-25  03h 13m 45s +25° 11′ 51″ 13.19 5.83 969 G5 has a transiting planet (b)
HAT-P-52  02h 50m 53.0s +29° 01′ 21″ 14.07 6.14 1256 has a transiting planet (b)
WX Ari WX  02h 47m 36.22s +10° 35′ 37.7″ 15.3 CV VY Scl star and eclipsing binary, Vmax = 14.5m, Vmin = <16.7m, P = 0.1393512 d
Teegarden's star  02h 53m 00.89s +16° 52′ 52.7″ 15.40 17.47 12.6 M7.5 brown dwarf
XY Ari XY  02h 56m 08.19s +19° 26′ 34.1″ WD+M0V DQ Her variable and eclipsing binary
PSR B0301+19  03h 04m 33.12s +19° 32′ 51.4″ pulsar
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  1. ^ E.B Knobel – On a catalogue of stars in the Calendarium of Al Achsasi Al Mouakket
  2. ^ a b c d e Consisting with δ Ari (Botein), ε Ari, ζ Ari, π Ari, and ρ3 Ari, were Al Buṭain, the dual of Al Baṭn, the Belly. See Star Name – R.H.Allen p. 83
  3. ^ 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 ρ3 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 II3 Ari), Al Buṭain III (ε Ari) and Al Buṭain IV (ζ Ari)