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Lists of stars

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The following are lists of stars. These are astronomical objects that spend some portion of their existence generating energy through thermonuclear fusion.

Contents

By location

  • List of stars by constellation
  • By name

  • List of traditional star names
  • List of Arabic star names
  • List of Chinese star names
  • Stars named after people
  • By proximity

  • List of nearest stars and brown dwarfs - up to 16.3 light-years
  • List of star systems within 20–25 light-years
  • List of star systems within 25–30 light-years
  • List of star systems within 30–35 light-years
  • List of star systems within 35–40 light-years
  • List of star systems within 40–45 light-years
  • List of star systems within 45–50 light-years
  • List of star systems within 50–55 light-years
  • List of star systems within 55–60 light-years
  • List of star systems within 60–65 light-years
  • List of star systems within 65–70 light-years
  • List of star systems within 70–75 light-years
  • List of nearest bright stars
  • List of brightest stars
  • List of stars more luminous than any closer star
  • By physical characteristic

  • List of brightest stars
  • List of most luminous stars
  • List of most massive stars
  • List of largest stars
  • List of oldest stars
  • List of least massive stars
  • List of least voluminous stars
  • By variability or other factor

  • List of notable variable stars
  • List of semiregular variable stars
  • List of supernova candidates
  • List of stars with confirmed extrasolar planets
  • List of brown dwarfs
  • List of white dwarfs
  • List of collapsars (black holes)
  • Other star listings

  • List of hypothetical stars
  • List of star extremes
  • List of extremes in the sky
  • List of supernovae
  • Solar twins (Solar analogs)
  • List of selected stars for navigation
  • Stars and planetary systems in fiction
  • List of real astronomical locations in fiction
  • Other stars

    The following is a list of particularly notable actual or hypothetical stars that have their own articles in Wikipedia, but are not included in the lists above.

  • BPM 37093 — a diamond star
  • Cygnus X-1 — X-ray source
  • HR 465 — chemically-peculiar variable star
  • OGLE-TR-122b — is one of the smallest stars ever discovered.
  • P Cygni — suddenly brightened in the 17th century
  • WNC4 — Messier Object 40
  • Zeta Boötis — speckle binary test system
  • References

    Lists of stars Wikipedia


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