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HD 181433

HD 181433 is a star located approximately 87 light-years away in the constellation of Pavo. According to SIMBAD, it has a stellar classification of K3III-IV, which puts it on the borderline between being a red giant and a subgiant. This is incons ...

HD 181433 b

HD 181433 b is an extrasolar planet located approximately 87 light years away in the constellation of Pavo, orbiting the star HD 181433. This planet has mass at least 7.56 times that of Earth. This planet is classified as a super-Earth and orbits ...

HD 181433 c

HD 181433 c is an extrasolar planet located approximately 87 light years away in the constellation of Pavo, orbiting the star HD 181433. This planet has mass at least 0.64 times that of Jupiter and takes 962 days to orbit the star at an orbital d ...

HD 181433 d

HD 181433 d is an extrasolar planet located approximately 87 light years away in the constellation of Pavo, orbiting the star HD 181433. This planet has a minimum mass of 0.54 Jupiter mass and takes 2172 days to orbit the star. The average orbita ...

HD 186302

HD 186302 is a star in the constellation of Pavo. It is about 184 light-years away from Earth, with an apparent magnitude of 8.76. It was identified in November 2018 as a potential solar sibling to the Sun. It is very similar to the Sun; the Sun ...

HD 190984 b

HD 190984 b is an extrasolar planet which orbits the F-type main sequence star HD 190984, located approximately 330 light years away in the constellation Pavo. This planet is at least three times more massive than Jupiter and takes 13 years and f ...

HD 196050 b

HD 196050 b is a 1378-day extrasolar planet with a minimum mass of 2.90 Jupiter mass. The average orbital distance is 2.54 astronomical units or 380 gigameters or 12.3 microparsecs. The orbital eccentricity is 22.8%. The periastron distance is 1. ...

Kappa Pavonis

In 1901, κ Pavonis was reported to be a variable star with a magnitude range of 3.8 to 5.2 with a period of 9.0908 days. Further observations revealed radial velocity variations in time with the brightness variations, but this was assumed to indi ...

Lambda Pavonis

λ Pavonis, Latinized as Lambda Pavonis, is a single, variable star in the southern constellation of Pavo. It is a blue-white hued star that is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude that fluctuates around 4.22. This ob ...

Nu Pavonis

ν Pavonis, Latinized as Nu Pavonis, is a possible triple star system in the southern constellation of Pavo. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint star that varies in apparent visual magnitude from 4.60 to 4.64 over a period of 0.85584 days. T ...

NU Pavonis

NU Pavonis is a variable star in the southern constellation of Pavo. With a nominal apparent visual magnitude of 4.95, it is a faint star but visible to the naked eye. The distance to NU Pav, as determined from its annual parallax shift of 7.0 ma ...

Phi1 Pavonis

Phi 1 Pavonis is a class F0V star in the constellation Pavo. Its apparent magnitude is 4.75 and it is approximately 90.7 light years away based on parallax.

Phi2 Pavonis

Phi 2 Pavonis is a solitary star in the southern constellation of Pavo. It is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of +5.10. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 40.55 mas as seen from Earth, it is located 80.4 lig ...

Pi Pavonis

π Pavonis, Latinized as Pi Pavonis, is a candidate astrometric binary star system in the constellation Pavo. It is a white-hued star that is visible to the naked eye as a faint point of light with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.33. The distanc ...

Rho Pavonis

Rho Pavonis, Latinized from ρ Pavonis, is a single, variable star in the southern constellation of Pavo. It is yellow-white in hue and faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude that fluctuates around 4.86. The star is loc ...

SCR 1845−6357

SCR 1845−6357 is a binary system, about 12.6 light-years away in the constellation Pavo. The primary is a faint red dwarf. It has a brown dwarf companion. The primary red dwarf was discovered in 2004 by Hambly et al, while the secondary brown dwa ...

Theta Pavonis

θ Pavonis, Latinized as Theta Pavonis, is a single star in the southern constellation of Pavo. It is just visible to the naked eye as a dim, white-hued star, having an apparent visual magnitude of 5.71. This star is located 213 light years from t ...

Xi Pavonis

ξ Pavonis, Latinized as Xi Pavonis, is a triple star system in the southern constellation of Pavo. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint star with a combined apparent visual magnitude of 4.35 The system is located approximately 440 light year ...

Zeta Pavonis

Zeta Pavonis, Latinized from ζ Pavonis, is an orange-hued star in the southern constellation Pavo. Its apparent magnitude is 4.01, which is bright enough to be faintly visible to the naked eye. The annual parallax shift of this star is 14.93 mas ...

AD Phoenicis

AD Phoenicis is a variable star in the constellation of Phoenix. An eclipsing binary, its apparent magnitude has a maximum of 10.27, dimming to 10.80 during primary and secondary eclipses, which are approximately equal. From parallax measurements ...

AE Phoenicis

AE Phoenicis is a variable star in the constellation of Phoenix. An eclipsing binary, its apparent magnitude has a maximum of 7.56, dimming to 8.25 during primary eclipse and 8.19 during secondary eclipse. From parallax measurements by the Gaia s ...

AI Phoenicis

AI Phoenicis is a variable star in the constellation of Phoenix. An Algol-type eclipsing binary, its apparent magnitude is constant at 8.58 for most of the time, sharply dropping to 9.35 during primary eclipse and to 8.89 during secondary eclipse ...

Alpha Phoenicis

Alpha Phoenicis is the stars Bayer designation. It also bore the traditional name Ankaa sometime after 1800, from the Arabic العنقاء al-ʽanqā "the phoenix" for the name of the constellation. Medieval Arab astronomers formed the constellation of t ...

BB Phoenicis

BB Phoenicis is a variable star in the constellation of Phoenix. It has an average visual apparent magnitude of 6.17, being visible to the naked eye with excellent viewing conditions. From parallax measurements by the Gaia spacecraft, it is locat ...

BD Phoenicis

BD Phoenicis is a variable star in the constellation of Phoenix. From parallax measurements by the Gaia spacecraft, it is located at a distance of 256 light-years from Earth. Its absolute magnitude is calculated at 1.5.

Beta Phoenicis

Beta Phoenicis is a binary star in the constellation Phoenix. Its apparent magnitude is 3.30, meaning that it can be seen with the naked eye. The distance to Beta Phoenicis is poorly known. The original reduction of the Hipparcos satellites data ...

Delta Phoenicis

Delta Phoenicis, Latinized from δ Phoenicis, is a single, yellow-hued star in the southern constellation of Phoenix. With an apparent visual magnitude of 3.93, it is visible to the naked eye. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 22.95 mas as se ...

Epsilon Phoenicis

Epsilon Phoenicis is a star in the constellation Phoenix. Its apparent magnitude is 3.87. Located around 144 light-years distant, it is an orange giant of spectral type K0III, a star that has used up its core hydrogen and has expanded.

Eta Phoenicis

Eta Phoenicis is a class A0IV star in the constellation Phoenix. Its apparent magnitude is 4.36 and it is approximately 246 light years away based on parallax. Eta Phoenicis has two reported companions; in addition to a distant secondary, B, at m ...

Gamma Phoenicis

Gamma Phoenicis is a star system in the constellation Phoenix, located around 71.63 parsecs distant. γ Phoenicis is a spectroscopic binary and a small amplitude variable star. The star system shows regular variations in brightness that were repor ...

HD 142

HD 142 is a 6th magnitude yellow-white dwarf star approximately 85.5 light years away in the constellation of Phoenix. A companion star was detected in 1894 making this a binary star system. The binary companion was confirmed in 2007 and determin ...

HD 142 b

HD 142 b is a jovian exoplanet approximately 85.5 light years away in the constellation of Phoenix. This planet was discovered in 2001 by the Anglo-Australian Planet Search team.

HD 4391

HD 4391 is a triple star system in the constellation Phoenix that is located at a distance of 48.7 light years from the Sun. The primary has a stellar classification of G3V, which is a G-type main sequence star. The physical properties of this st ...

HD 5388

HD 5388 is a single star in the southern constellation of Phoenix. It has the Gould designation 78 G. Phoenicis, while HD 5388 is the stars Henry Draper Catalogue identifier. This object has a yellow-white hue and is too faint to be readily visib ...

HD 6434 b

HD 6434 b is an extrasolar planet orbiting the star HD 6434. It has a minimum mass about half that of Jupiter. It orbits the star very close, over 2.5 times as close as Mercury orbits the Sun. For this reason it completes one orbit in only 22 day ...

HD 8535 b

HD 8535 b is an extrasolar planet which orbits the G-type main sequence star HD 8535, located approximately 171 light years away in the constellation Phoenix. This planet has at least five-eighths the mass of Jupiter and takes 3.6 years to orbit ...

HD 222095

HD 222095 is a single star in the southern constellation of Phoenix, near the western constellation border with Grus. It has a white hue and is visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.74. The star is located at a distance ...

HE0107-5240

HE0107-5240 is an extremely metal-poor Population II star, located roughly 36 000 light-years away from the Earth, that has a mass of approximately 80% of the mass of the Sun. It is one of the most metal-poor stars known in our Galaxy, with a met ...

Iota Phoenicis

ι Phoenicis, Latinized as Iota Phoenicis, is a binary star system in the southern constellation of Phoenix, near the constellation border with Grus. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, white-hued star with an apparent visual magnitude that ...

Kappa Phoenicis

κ Phoenicis, Latinized as Kappa Phoenicis, is a single star in the southern constellation of Phoenix. It is visible to the naked eye as a white-hued point of light with an apparent visual magnitude of 3.94. The distance to this star is approximat ...

Lambda1 Phoenicis

λ 1 Phoenicis, Latinized as Lambda 1 Phoenicis, is a double star in the southern constellation of Phoenix. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, white-hued point of light with a combined apparent visual magnitude of 4.76. The system is locat ...

NGC 212

NGC 212 is a lenticular galaxy located approximately 369 million light-years from the Solar System in the constellation Phoenix. It was discovered on October 28, 1834 by John Herschel.

Nu Phoenicis

Nu Phoenicis is a F-type main-sequence star in the southern constellation of Phoenix. It is visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.95. This is a solar analogue, meaning its observed properties appear similar to the Sun, a ...

Phi Phoenicis

Phi Phoenicis, Latinized from φ Phoenicis, is a binary star system in the southern constellation of Phoenix. It is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.1. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 10.48 mas as seen ...

Psi Phoenicis

Psi Phoenicis is a star in the constellation Phoenix. Its apparent magnitude varies from 4.3 to 4.5 with a period of about 30 days and it is approximately 342 light years away based on parallax. Psi Phoenicis is a red giant in the asymptotic bran ...

Rho Phoenicis

Rho Phoenicis is a variable star in the constellation of Phoenix. From parallax measurements by the Gaia spacecraft, it is located at a distance of 240 light-years from Earth. This star is classified as an F-type giant with a spectral type of F3I ...

SX Phoenicis

SX Phoenicis is a variable star in the southern constellation Phoenix. With an apparent visual magnitude ranging around 7.33, it is too faint to be seen with the naked eye. It is located 272 light years from the Sun, as determined from an annual ...

WASP-4b

WASP-4b is an extrasolar planet approximately 880 light-years away in the constellation of Phoenix. The planet was the discovered by the SuperWASP project using cameras in South Africa. After its discovery, the mass of the WASP-4 b was determined ...

WASP-5b

WASP-5b is an extrasolar planet orbiting the star WASP-5 located approximately 1000 light-years away in the constellation Phoenix. The planets mass and radius indicate that it is a gas giant with a similar bulk composition to Jupiter. The small o ...

WASP-18

WASP-18 is a magnitude 9 star located in the Phoenix constellation of the southern hemisphere. It has a mass of 1.25 solar masses. In 2009, the SuperWASP project announced that a large, hot Jupiter type extrasolar planet, WASP-18b, was orbiting v ...