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Lists of stars

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 1
  • By name 2
  • By proximity 3
  • By physical characteristic 4
  • By variability or other factor 5
  • Other star listings 6
    • Other stars 6.1
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

By location

By name

By proximity

By physical characteristic

By variability or other factor

Other star listings

Other stars

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

See also

References

  • The Bright Star Catalog, Astronomical Data Center, NSSDC/ADC, 1991.
  • Astronomiches Rechen-Institut Heidelberg — ARICNS Database for Nearby Stars
  • Northern Arizona University database of nearby stars
  • SIMBAD Astronomical Database

External links

  • International Astronomical Union: IAU
  • Sol Station — information on nearby and bright stars.
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